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jColognes and Hand- 
kerchief Extracts 

From France and Germany. J nut ra- 
oilvad. j»«« our window. 



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Oampball'a Prasorlptloa Bton. 






BBXABusnp nr wa. 



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COAL 

HALL & WALKER 

Wellington Colliery Co. Coal 



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us: Qovernment St 



Phona ts. 



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VOL, cm., NO, 222 



VICTORIA,;B, G„ JUESDAY, AUGUST 23, 1910, 



TWENTY PAGES 



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onds Enter 
Canada Free 



'You cannot dd better than inirchase 
your (lianionds here. W'c import direct 
from the cutter, and set them in an\-, de- 
sign wished. 

Not onl\- are vou assured pf ecttino" 
the very best gems when purchasing 
here, 1)ut you get the advantage of their 
entrance into Canada DUTY FREE — a 
jiolnt worth considering. 



Challoner & Mitchell Co., Ltd. 



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Jewellers 



1017 Government Street 



MANY ARE DEAD 
IN FIRE'S TRACK 



Number of People Who Perish- 
' ed in Wallace and Surround- 
ing Districts May Numljer 
Over One Hundred 



FLAMES THREATENING 

MANY SMALL TOWNS 



One Fire Patrol Party of 26 
Men Thou,ght to Have' Been 
Burned — Incendiaries at 
' Work in Oregon 



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Stands for Peaches 
Stands for Preserves 




And, the name "Dixi- H, Ro8§ & Co.", stands for the greatest 
variety pf Fancy Fruit and the Biggest Values in B.C. 



We've just reccjSci] ntir fine 

OREGON PEACHES 
Our Price Per Box $1.15 



Come in and sec theiB* ' To liSloft is to buy. • Rememher 
there's no'thing nicer than Peach Preserve 



DIXI H. ROSS A CO. 

Independent Grocers, 1317 Govern merit Street 
Tels. 50, 51. 52 - - - - Liquor Dept. Tel, 1590 



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See special Ad 

On Page 

Three 



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McCandless Bros. ^ Cat heart 

555 Johnson Street - Victoria, B. C. 

Positively No Credit. 



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The many important functioi^s 
that took place in Victoria last' 
week passed oft most' pleasantly, 
as the hosts arid. hostesses df the 
variot« "high-class dinners and 
suppers wer< wise enough to pro- 
vide for their guests the purest 
and best of all ch;:; n(js— G.\ 

W. Mnnim.l Co.' \.-^av:\ Dry," 
"Selected I'.rnt" and "(.'ordonr 
■' RnnL;-e." i'hi - ,■ !;im. .u i,r;trids 

have no ' nnplc;i -^.nn .1 ft ( •■ ri u i-\ ■,, 
hcnrr th<-n- ':ii;m' ;i iid ;m . .ii !\' m-, 
crc;i-ini,', diin.-nid Mj.asoii ,incc 
Sca^(jn uil uwv \ he civili;:cd WMi-Jd. 



PORT!. AND, Auk. 22.— With, over 50 
people certainly dead, and with 100 
more missing and a list of Injured that 
will approximate two hujidred; - with 
half thf> town of Wallace swept clean 
an.l til., possibility that three more 
towns In the district have suffered 
complete devastation; wUli half a dozen' 
or ni(ir«! sin;iil towns and villages seri- 
ously threatened, and the inhabitants to 
the number of thouannda hurrying to 
places of .«Rfct.v, the forest. Are situation 
is most acute in the Cbeur d'Alene dis- 
trict of northern Idaho. 

Hipoita from otbet- parts ^^o«tr., the 
iioithwHt are of a le.sh discouraging 
nature. .Some of the flros have been 
stoppeil. others are less threateninK 
through the absence of wind, while in 
some dl8trlct.s the fighters have diverted 
llie course of the tlariii-s from towns 
that were threatened. ■; ■ 

Tile new llrcH thai i .n - .iprung ^p 
during the past twenty liours have riot 
JUJ-- fur proved sorioua. A report re- 
ceived early today that the CoJivlUe «re 
in eastern, Washington had broken out 
again with renewed energy do*B not 
seem to be borne out by the facts. Tills 
lire nfid the one in the Wallowa re- 
serve In Oregon appear for the- tlme-at- 
leastto be under control.. A lire which 
has been burning oh t'he ^''enatchee re- 
servjB In southern Wasjiln'gton for tli'e 
past week became ugly yesterday, flnd 
advices t«day indicate that it Is stUl 
raging with undlminlslied fury. In 
eastern Oregon, .between Baker City 
and Lagrange, BoSeral fires are. riagltig 
through live timber. It is feared that 
these flres will not be conirbUed until 
there is rainfall. 

There are several fires In the Ump- 
quha VaUey, In Southern Oregon, but 
so far tiiey have, not done any great 
damagf. The fires in the neigliborhood 
of Grant's^ Fass. Oregon, which becaniu 
decidedly threatening on Sunday even- 
ing, »re for the time being under con- 
trql. The situation In the Crater ll^ke 
reserve arid the Mt. M(;Lougliiin dis- 
trict, on the southern e^ige of^Orcgon, 
appearaa-TO be dying out In thriast few 
days.' Today, liowever, with a strong 
wind they" seemed to be gaining ground 
again. , , . 

In the vicinity of Medford snd Ash- 
land, Oregon', the' (Ires are less men- 
acing only becausB there is no wind. 
In both these, places alt the men ob- 
tainable have been drafted iHto service 
to back fire, and trench. 

The fires in southern Oregon, in many 
cases, are of Incendiary origin. This has 
been a matter of general gossip in 
J^edforc^ for several days, but it be- 
came officially public today, through 
the A.s3oc,lated Rress,' a dispatch from 
Washington .stating that the associate 
forester at Portland had notified the 
forestry Service in Washington tii'at the 
Crater Lake reserve and Medford fires 
a:re, known to have beep of incendiary, 
origin and new. fires are being set con- 
stantly. 

No hope of,rnln, Is yet given by the 
United btates weather bureau in this 
city, the prediction of the district fore- 
caster for tonight and tomorrow being 
fair weather throughout Oregon, Wash- 
ington and Idaho. , ' ■■ 

Death Roll Increasing 
vSrOKANK.Aug, 22,—Spetlul3 to tl^e 
Spokesman-Review tonight from, the 
forest Are zoiie accentuate the hor- 
rors of the scene and state that fatali- 
ties are hourly increasing. 

A special to the Spokesman-Review 
from St. Joe, Idaho, says six tihlndQnti- 
(led bodle.s of a Are patrol gang of 'id 



men have been found between 4!iH< 
I'rulrt):' and Avery. Ttie other twenty 
men, are mlsMiiig, iind probuibly will i 
never be found. 

The Ilres are now raging between 
St. iVlar.v's and iSl. .loe, and liavu reach- 
<'(i a point hIx mllcH t'rotn SI. Joe. The 
wind is iilowlng hard, ami the lire is 
H.Hlning I'lipitily luul inimcnHe iMnders 
'in-o railing in the .streets of St. Joe. 
Tin- liroB uro more than a milo wide 
and ruKc on both sides of Die river. 
The wln)li> country nurlli of St. Joe 
(I'.Mu- the divide and on X^iture creek 
is iibla/,0. A number of liunieateaders, 
iinalile to make their way put over the 
]>ra)rle to Lane. Idaho ,vvere compelled 
to rt^trace tlieir .steps and go to .St. 
Joe by a southerly route over the di- 
vide. So exhausted w^^va some of the' 
•V omen and children tliat two reserve 
part loH went to St! Joe to aid the trav- 
elers. .Vinimg thosf who reached St. 
Jiie from that vicinity v>'ere .Mr. and 
.Mrs. Siiiitli and throe children, ;M i'. an<l 
Mrs. Osborne and two children. Mr. 
and Mrs. Andrews, a rrlpi>li'd old man 
and two other faniilie. irimllng sev- 
eral children. 

.■\ ijarty of twenty men is i)robably 
surrounded, if not consumed, b.v for- 
est tires ill the Nature creelc vicinity. 
One man of tlie party arrived here yes- 
terday, and. he is the only known per- 
son to have escaped. Hu says that the 
flamii-s got so close to his party that 
each man al.iandoncd everything and 
ran for his life. 

From the Troi ■ . ht 

miles east of here, ivmi u ,i\ eiii .s wlio 
hud a remurka'ble. escape, from death 
arrived this morning. For two *days 
the men lay in the 6rcek their heads 
ilnder water except wiien they were 
compelled to breathe. Fire was raging 
on both sides of the creek.. The hos- 
pital at St. Joe is tilled with refugees, 
sonift of wliom are suffering trotn in- 
juries and burns. There are , between 
75 and lUO refugees at St. Joe already. 
Montana Towns Threatened 

HEL1^:..S;a. Aug. ^^—iJold, Mont., sev- 
en miles ifrom here Is entirely surround- 
*<4-l>y a heavy forest lire that is hourly 
iricreasinK In intensity. Wildburn, just 
()ver the mountain fri>m Gold, is also j 
threatened, and the inhabitants arc 
leaving, the place. The timber around 
Lincoln is burning rapidly and the oc- 
cupants of the ^'nncleave ami Harmon 
ranches : ; ■ H' preparatpry to 

leaving. 

((.■"ontinued' on Page 2.) 



G.T.P. 




VISITING COAST 



President Hays, Chairman 
Smjtners and Party Now on 
Way to Prince Rupert — Will 
Inspect Western Section 



DISCUSS PROSPECT 

OF ROAD COMPLETION 



Filling in of Gap IVI ay Require 
Three Years^Scarcity, -af 
Labor Retarding Construc- 
tion — Prairie Conditions 



VANCOUVER, Aug. 22.— The Grand- 
Trunk Pacific management expects to 

have the main line completed into 

Prince Rupert in 1912 or 1!)13 ut the ^\■h"le community, and' ajiv local bene 



the city will take a portftin for the pro- 
|)osed street widening scheiiH', wrote 
.■Htatii^K that the c'lty as.><e.«.Mor's report 
on tin; amount of compensation which 
tile city sh(3ul(i pay lilin Ks f(3r J.StO, an 
amount wlilcii lie i.s willing- to' accept. 
The (;ity solicitor informed the council 
that the city lias notliing to say in tlic 
matter. Dr. Proudl'oot tnnst ai)pcal 
to the county court judge If lie wlslic.i 
to conie in and ni'ake a claim after 
falling to do so within tiic time limit' 
Kiven hini, and his claim will be passeii 
upon b>- the valuators, us .m the others 
will. 

.-Alderniaii linnn'TMum nlrj.en.l to" 
the city pa.ving some $1,700 for (ulver- 
tislng the city bylaws which will bo 
voted upon on tiie 29th. Ho understood 
tliat 111.' advertisement had to be in- 
..serted in but one paper, While both 
liapers were running it. If the iVy- 

law.v ',vr'I-i> i|e1'i,;itei|, rrrmi \\hi\\ -:.\\y>.-. 
WOllM 111!' ai|\-'-rtl.-o in. ■;! III..; . , :,. 

paid? 

I Mayor Morley explained that in or- 
der to give the widest publicity to the 
iinriorlant nieasurivs to be- voted ui)onT 
it had been decided to advertise in both 
local papers, though doubtless the ad- 
vertisement could be take n from one 
of tJiein However, In view of the fact 
that ilie .ulvertlsement has run for 
four (lays out of the necessary ten, it 
kvas hardly nece.s.iary to curtail It now. 
Mr. -Robert M'. Reford, . Montreal, 
wrote objecting to the amount asses- 
.sed against him under the proposed 
local improvement work on the Dallas 
road, llo owns two lots this year as- 
sessf^d at $3tOOO, and he is called upon 
to pay under tlie street iniprovement 
bylaw $500, a sixth of the entire value 
of thx' propertj'. The Improvement, 
he believes, is for ..the benefit of the 




RULES REPORTS 



Recommends That Foot Nolo 
in Discipline Be Amended 
Giving Grecater Independence 
to Members of Church 



latest. The rapidity of construction 
hinges upon labor conditions, which 
this year have been very unfavorable. 
Oivthe main line and ])rairies branches 
construction gangs are deficient to 
the number of five thousand men. 

Two exploratory parties are now 
engaged maJiing a reconnalsance in 
cimnection with the proposed branch 
from the main line to Vancouver. One 



lit is but very .small compared with the 
cost of the work. 

As .Mr. Reford failed , to put i-n his 
objection while the work was. being 
advertised, he is now too late to enter 
any' objection. • 

The resolution submitted bv Mavor 
Morley that the $200,000 worth of cle- 
bentures Issued for local Improvement 
works already completed be taken Jjp 




outfit is working south frorri a point ! from the long term sinking fund now 
tiear Fort CJeorge. 'This would Indi- lying to tJie creadit of the city wsis 
cate that Its starting point may be adopted. The best price secured bv 



farther east than was originally pro- 
posed. The _^ other party Is working 
north from Lytton. The determin- 

ation of the route into Vancouver— 
whetlier via the Lillooet Country 
branching olT from the FrasCr above 
(MInton or via Lytton has been left 
for future consideration. Construc- 
tion will not be undertaken until the 
main line shall have been completed. 
No purchases of terminals or water- 
front in Vancouver or vicinity have 
been made or are contemplated at 
i)reseftt^. False C'reek as a terminal 
IS still regarded witii favor by the 
management. 

Th(^ above summarizes the princi- 
pal annouiitcenients made by Charles 
, M. Hays, pre«klent. and E. J. Cham- 
I berlln, general manager. The presi- 
dential party reached here bv special 
train yes terda y. Tht_i'l8i'tors left 
r.plphratP lllhilpp.nf HnrifpH— i:?"'Kht by the company's st-eamer ifor 
V^tJieiJt cue J UUIiee Ul UUIIieU 1 prince Rupert. A train will convev 

them on the inspection trip as far as 
Railhead on the Skeena river, below 
Kltsalas canyon. On returning 'south 
JVictorla and Seattle wHt be visited. 

Tlie members of the party are as 
follows: 

Alfred Smithers, London, Engj, 
chairman, Chas. M. Hays., president, 
E. J. Chamberlln, general manager, 
Mrs. Chamberlln. Sir George Douglr- 
ty, M. P.. and Lady Doughty. London, 
G. B. Hnnter. Thornton Davidson, Mrs. 
Thornton Davidson, Miss Eva Smith- 
ers, Hubert Smithers, London; H. Der 
(Continued 



tender wa.i 97, a price \\h\^h the mayor 
pointed out was not .satlsfacjtory. .By 
taking the debentures up from thq 
sinking fund, the city would save com- 
(Contlnued on Page 2.> 



CAPTAIN KILLED 
BYDESPEMOO 



INCLUDING CLAUSE 

fiEFERRING TO DANCING 



Notorious Case of Pardoning 



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Members of Toronto Firm 
Convicted of Publishing Ob- 
scene Post Cards 



■pfan's Great World's Fair to 



era tion— Will Ask for Sub- 
stantial GraiTts in Al^"""" 



VAKCOITVBR, Aug. 22.— By mason of 
the great success of Vancouver's firbt 
fair, which, clo'sed on Saturday, its di- 
rectors and officials now' suggest the 
holdlnl^'df a great world's exposition in 
1917 to cvlebrato the. jubilee of Cpnfed 
feratlon. 



ethers favor l»l3a» the more appro- 
priate year. Tlie directors Intend to 
aim for the big event from no W on, and 
will reaupst the city and the provincial 
government to make grants of_ addi- 
tional lands in Hastings park, \yhioh 
-jvJll give the exhibition a twal area of 
nearly two hundrfd acre.-* of meadow, 
forest, mouhta-ln and spashOTBT making 
the site one of the most ideal on 'the 
continent. ■ Th;^ Federal government 
will nisb be approached for grants. 



tee SERVICE 
ONSMlli 



Crippen on his Way. 
F'ATHER PtJl.VT. Que.. Aug. 22.— 
The wireless station, here reports that 
the steamship Megantlc, with Inspec- 
tor Dew and hi.i party- who are con- 
ducting Dr. H. K, (Jrlppon and Miss 
Leneve bacH to England, left- the/ 
mouth of the St. Lawrence^ river c.arly 
today.. The prisoners are kept closply 
In their cabin mo.-rtof the time, rt 
portion of the promenade deck being 
screehed with canvas 'to prevent Irj- 
trusion wltlle they are taking air and 
exercise. . 



BRIIiSH CRUISER-. 



Kxtraordinary Story of Piracy 
and IVlurder on Steamer 
Buck man—Plot of two Men 
to Seize Steamer 



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Page 1 



City Will ioin 'WitiT Outside 
Municipalities in Appealing 
to Government for Improved 
Service on V, & S, 



SAN. FRA>rciSl-0, Aug.. 22.-The 
Alaskan-Pacinc steamer Buckman 
from Seattle, arrived hpre today, bear- 
ing 'the body of her murdered captain. 
B. B. Wood. am\ a prisoner. George 
VV. Wise, V\-ho was implicated with the 
assas.Sin in a j>lot t.. commit wholesale 
robbery and murder. The slaver of the 
'■aptain. French West. \'a sifid to have 
jumped o\erl>oard> with a, life presi-rv- 
er. 

The eri hie occurred on fTuriday liiurn-' 
trig off Cape Mendocino. The two men 
had planned to Oveicoine -the captain 
and crew, rob the pa.xsengers, loot the 
steamer 'and- escape^ West shot the 
captalh when he rcsisted_whlle Wise 
overavmi the. men in the whedhouse 
The latter was capturerl and the other 
man, then was thtnight to have 
overboard. 

()n arriving here 'tli.' Itn.kmaii lui 
account of death on hoard was board 



gone 



A discussion thaf will probabl' ir 
second only in interest to t : 
Church Union, involving as i 
the principles of conduct upon wbicli 
the Methodist faith is founded, came 
up at yesterday .ift c rii iton ' .H sfeS slon of 
the General Conn.'reiiLC. At the la.-^t 
ftuadreimlum a Commission on Rules, 
With a. personnel of the most prominent 

niem hers in fhi^ chtirph_-w^>^-n-]^pr, [ n t ed, 

wUh a view to revising the Dlscii)line. 
The Commission iiresented its report 
yesterday. 

In' the Discipline aa it at present 
stands appears the following explana- 
tory clause.? which ' in effect summar- 
izes the code of morals ih. Methodism: 
"The. general rules are to bo. under- 
stood as forbidding neglect of duties- 
-of any kind, imprudent conduct, in- 
dulging 111 sn TTul .tempers or words, the 
buying, selling or using intoxicating 
liquors as a beverage, dancing, playing 
at grames of chance, encouraging lot- 
teries, attending theatres, horseraces, 
circuses, dancing parties, patronizing 
dancing schools, taking such other 
amusements ad are obviou.sly of a mis- ' 
leading or questioimble moral tendency 
and all acts of disobedience to the or- 
der and discipline of the Church' 

The commission's report pointed out 
that these rules did not comprise ;i 
code to bo enforced, but merely epito- 
mized tbt> godly life whlcli Methodisia 
ought to lead. It Went on to recom- 
mend sucli chatiges in the clause as 
would allow more Independence of ac-\ 
tion to the members of the church. 

"Now-wtr-xntntrmce If we llkp," r©- 
marked one veteran delegate, on hear- 
ing the suggested changes. A burst 
,of laughter greeted this sally. 

Mr. Justice Maclaren, of Toronto, 
said that the present was the ttrst ut-r 
tempt to interfere vvUli' this portion , of 
the Church*?! Discipline. It was an 
attempt to deal with prlUQlples which 
had been partly .laid down bv. John 
Wesley hhrw^elf. and ratified by suc- 
ceeding conferences. The matter had 
agitated several conferences a'li^d W'as'a . 
theme of glave import to the church 
It.Melf. Whatever was dbiie sluhild be 
the result of hiattire deliberation as the' 
principh's of .Methodism were invo)\^cd. 

.Another dtlegate said that |^hou- 
sail, Is of would-be Methodists wertv 
standing ojitslde • the churci waiting ■' 
until the rpstrl<;tlons- under fliscussfon 
were removed. It was finally decided ' 
to • shelve the "discussion until .such 
time as eaO'h delegate should have the 
oppoi'tu'nity to study the proposed 
changes in tlie woniing of the code of 
.m(>rals of the church. 

"Insult to Common Decency" 
Another matter of considerable pub- 
lie Interest arose out of a report pre- 
sented by the fornmi.ttee on Temper- 



ed by the quarantine ofdcern. and af- j«"<"e. Proliildtion a.nd Moral Reform, 
ter this formality liud been completed j '^"<""*''^" "'"-" drawn' to' the action of 
a pati'ol boat drew alonKalde and a I ^^"" Minister of JuKtice in pardoning 
squad of officers under Sergeant!'^'*'" ''"■'^ I<'>>K. who had. pleaded guilty 



ECKEO IN EAST 



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NEWS SUMMARY 



Pngo • ■ ■ * :■ 

1— 'Many are deftd in fire's - 

track., ti. T. P.. Orri.j'aI« 

visiting coa?t. Commissloii 
. on rules. 
-2t— Han compllBmvith 

diti-ori'Sy Mlnlslei 

I 'harloi te-s. 



nil 

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con-" 
vlsii 



Eighteen Sailors, Drown When 
Bedfof d Strike.s Rocks off 
KuTean~S ho re— Vessel . Is 
Likely to Be Te^al Loss . 



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club. 

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add re. IS 
Wlien 

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4-— Edltoiial. 

5 — Social and 

6-^ — Ncw.s rif I he 

7— News of til" 

8 — In W'oni'i 
~'-?=«port.: 
10— Additional Spot;. 
ll—^Provinclal riewK. 
12 — Mining dept 
13— Heal estaie. 
14 — Marine. 
15— Addltioi. 
16 — f'lassiflecl aU\lS. 
17 — Mnrkela. ' 
18 — Civic bylaws. 
19 — Advertisemem;-! 
20- .-ria\'irl Spenr.M', Ltd. 



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'* LOKttON. Auk- 22 
ors were drowned when the British 
crniser, Bedford went uslipre. last night 
on Qtelpart isl.iiid, near the coftst of 
of Korea, accolrding^ to an exchange' 
telegraph report today, hv ., 
The- vess«'l wfis yrider commend of 
■ iitaln I'lizhubeTTt ahd carried a 
' of f>H7 menr The crqisor wa>» en 
(rom VV.jji Hal Wei toi Nagrasakl 
>-. .. 11 .1 flquadron. ■ . , ' 

'I be iiositli.n of the Bedford Is perll- 
(nv I I Die men leh on the grounded. 
e been takeii off ijociuise of 
I iltty that she would' go to 



ruiseis Monfn'oinh fln.l Mine- 
attempted (o aid ' i u refloatinsf 
i^edford, but w<>re iliivr.n to sea 
a rising g(i|e. \ ■ 

The Bedford is - ;i^'i ;,,■! it 1* ! 

feared she will \>< The 

Hofiford w;is biiili in '."I 'iiel • cost 

ja.rion.ooo. 

.SROMLt-Aug. 22. -TlK<,l3ritlfih cr.ils- 
er Bedford fonnilerod Siunday night 
near Salphu Islanil. off <'heniulpo. Tlv 
Japanese \Varship vWdq has been dif^ 
palclied lu Um tcM ue. 



In order to join In with other munl- 
cipalllies and bring before the exe- 
cutive council of the provincial gov- 
ernment the alleged shortcomings of 
the service now sypjplled by the Vld- 
torla Terminal Railway and Ferry 
Company, the city has, appointed a 
committee, icopiposed of Aldermen 
.Bannerman alffl Bishop and the city 
solicitor, to nieet the representatives 
from the other sections of the territory 
served by the railway and sock some 
Improvement to~ the. present service. 
The matter came before the council 
•last riighjt^nnd the committee was ap- 
pointed without discussion. 

in. an effort to Induce the council to 
recognize the. Mght of a property 
owner to siiend his own money in' im- 
provlng city street s, Mr. James J^aw- 
BiHi. ol the llrm of Mf-ssrs. Bodwell & 
Lawson. appeared on behalf of Mi*. 'S. I 
Codd, ow^ner of som*' flfty-elght acres 
of land fronting on^l^^iqTrith,_Cei:ll4 
Forbes, ahd Victor st.reets, urging tiia^ 
the Ccmincir.'*! decision 'not • to "proceed I 
with street Improyemt^nts, be recon- | 
Flirhtppn qnii "Ifl'Ted. Mr. La%v.«ori explained that] 
.-^'i. .,jr""il]ovor a year ago this council jjasked 
loCal ImprovemeTit . works for these. 
sTreets. calling for cement M'alks live 
J icct In .^width and macadam roadwaj:a. 
The council had this J'ear refused, to 
carry .out . th.i?,r.iimi;kwi as ' to dq so wl^eh 
no sewage system or Water mains are 
laid and cannot. bs_Jutd^for »omeJH[me, 
would simply ' mean that later the 
roadways would haVe to be torn up 
again. Now, -Mr. LaAvaonu stated, nil 
that is ' wanted are permanent walks 
and' the mere grtidlng <tf the roadway,«>, 
the ■ ' 

client, whercrfs, when' t hf work was 
flretiiaHsed, the city was wIlTlng tb pay' 
otie nftlu-a£_the-cuat!i 



{•Stephen Btinner, boanded her 

'Wise was placed .under, arrest. Ac- 
cording to his !4tory he Xa from Boston, 
where he' 'was liorti 2t! years ago. He 
met French West, 'wlio" W.1S formerly 
second mate on a' Pacific Coast stean'i- 
er, on board fh^ tmlnlng ship Pehs- 
(Contiriued on "Page 15.). 




to the .publlration nf .ibscene literature. 
U was intlmalell that the (Central Con- 
ference could not afford, to pass over 
this "gross Insult" to cotnmon "decency 
vv4thout protest. ■> ' 

The Rev., S. 1>. Chown, of "Toronto, 
rhalrman of (he coniniit'teo reporting, 
said that the, inatter of .Skill and 'King 
was a ver.x large public question, biH 
<ino whk'h would bear discussion be- 
fore the (ieneral <'onfer6nce. Ho would 
ask that a tommitt'Ce, of t.hirty-rtvo 
men should be appointed to draw up a 
memorial for. presentation to the Do- 
minion Government. The memorial 



ION Buys 

U/ATf"n nV/OTriH! ^'^'^'•'d 'l*'"' ^Uh the speomc case « 

wV/i N A \T\lrlVl ^'^'" ""'' *^'''^" ""^^ •"'"" ^'"'^^ obscene 

nniL \ UlOILlfl l'<<"i'»t"''e generally, and thn necessity 



Municipality at Foot of Oka- 



nagan Lake Will 
Water Supply' for I 
.aaiDemestictlse. 



.Control 
rrigation 



for its prohibition. 'The conimLVslon 
should have such a ptTSOiTnol' that Its 
findings would be accepted Without 
(question. 

A coinmltfep of ' the most prominent 
names of those attending (lie confer- 
cnvo was. apoplnted to deal with the 
matter. Mr. X. W, Rowell, K.C.. . of ' 
Toronto, was among those selected. 
He obj(>cted to his name being. Included 
o<i ttie grounils of -other excessive du- 
ll' <. but his objection was overrtjlcd. 

Another recomniendatlon of this 
eojiuniltee tu be adopted wris that of 
giving th" general secretary po-wer to 
call a meeting of any conference com-' 
^y "", tnitteo throughout the' Dominion at nn\ . 
.1 I time. This Involves the question of 
the geiiernl board defiling with ques- 

gatlon (system from the p.-ndeton Water I 'l""" Y''''"" ^^'V '"' ^'"''^'i^ ''^''"' '» 

,'",,"'*''^' character, aqd also nrpniis Aix addition - 
«.v,(.^m will «ap..,t„ the personnel of that board. Dr> 



Pli.NTICTON. H. f 
papers of Pentletnn 
almo.sj unarilii 
the pfirchasp i.> i,,,. 



Aug. 

mnrflcinality 



-Hiite-. 



I'l' toe ii-rl- i 



Kupply comiJany. Ttij^. 

ply watt?!' for Ixitli irrlgnnon purposes 

and dome.sfic. use. ' , 

The reservoirs of ih<- l'..iu lei,.,n Water 

iSiipply comi)nny lire fald to he.tiie tln- 

'st In British Columbia. Tliey are three 

... .^ . , , . , , ., in. number.- one being situated near tlv» 

wholycqat to be defrayed by his sources of Penticion cree.k. and Uio oth- 

M, ttit^tjve sourii-il's - o{( KM Is cre.ek. " The 



Mayor Morley thought Mr. Lawsbn 
should have brought hl.«» rpquest before 
the strecta committee, as that body la 
the one to consider such mattiirs. 

Mi'. Lawson asked that , while ,hl« 
clle^u. d«?HlrcH to p^y the wholt* cost 
t'he city might make the payment for 
the. work spread over ten years. "" 

The blatter ulll be considered at 
nerf. Friday night's ni-eti'isr of the 
•Mmlttee, 
I 'roiidfo..' ' ri. r 



t o ta l irt«*r .ft<K» cttpacity Of iho three, res 
ervcfirs is thrk^p. huinjlred and four mil- 
lion gallons. ,. ' J • 

Sufficient wat- »r:^«n Ij^* < l> 'awn each 
peasOh to distribute HO.ood .gallons "of 
^\yater for each.acrt. of land in the mii- 
tilflpAIIty, the Wfttifr used this yt'nr Was 
oiip hundred and llfiy gnMnn^, Or ahoiit 
eiie-third thf :"?«*«»•»•«<• enpfiot.y of the 
resorvoirn. . t';. - 

T>'f«cticnIIv oni j, 

•M "1 ■ ■ .1 diawi 

! •;. ..il|-l>!)RRe,l , ... 

i'l tUoufaand dollars 



time 

res- 



Chown pointed out thut tho new ar- 
rangement would prove of considerable 
vahib In, rectifying social evils of per- 
haps a moniepfus growth, which could 
be dealt with at once. 

Mr. N, W. Rowfll, K.C.. of Toront-), 
Speaking to this ry>comim>nd atlnn, w n s 
Of opinion tha,t th«i^llmit liad lien 
retiched in the. number of tlre'jieraoritiel- 

of tho board. lie Wf/TiTd .f?ffJ!ft"T(rsc«\ 

any. permanent 'enlargement; ' The' 
church should get dcr^yanen and lay, 
men In locMltles to do their, own work, 

.Mr. J. CHbsbn, of IngtrsoU, said that 
the Ontario .Cotiferenofi hud fotind it 
n«'c<»sHar.v*" to increase, its orgaiil-zatlon 

by leaps and bounds Ontario h.id nl 

ready done ton tlmtps inoro tlia 
Ccneral Conference ripvir proposi 
Ing. The worst fe'nturc i' 
(list (''"I'f'erencf \vn«i th i 

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VICTORIA DAILY COLONIST 



Tueaday, Auguat 23, 1910. 



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EVENINGS 
ARE COLD 

\i-i uciitlier fiiii .'u-vtT*' fnouKli 
i'or slovp or' fujrnuce-llijhlinijr. Tluj 
lime when yoi) ir-cU a khu d 

GAS 

radUtor 



.Inst .1 Liirn 
scraioli of a iiu 

lin\e a (lti,e st 
apfiarntus. tfft.H 



. f 1 1 1 , 



lap 



anil 

in 

AVe 

ick of Ka.S'heHtlnK 
riiriKes, elc. lOasy 



of a nil tell aiij) >our rom 
s (it'liKliVfull/., 'wurni. AV 



|i,l V'lllcll I s If (ll'silrll. 



VICTORIA GAS CO., LTD., 



Head Salesroom 652 Yates St. 



Telephone 2479 



HAS COMPLIED WITH 
ALL CONDIINS 



nnd Mayor Sltneiis of ■Unstead, Que.- 
Ex-mayor Knox of Wostinount, Que.; 
Aldermen llarrlaon .of Kingston. On^ 
and HllUard of .Morrlsburg, Out., were 
also of tln', party. 



When City Supplies Necessary 
, Data Legal StepS/ to Bring 

DelifKiuents Act Into Force 

Will Be Taken ^ ■■ 



Next time you want a cigar try 



Flor de BahaiWa 

We arc assured of your future patronage. 
JOE TASSE CIG.AR-CO. 



SVfBXMM 






ALWAYS IN CONDITION 



DOG'S 
HEAD 




BASS 



W h.Mi iho .ilx .slp-AS 111.. I i' li^'--^ I'"' 
all t!i.- r.Tiuirfiiii-nt'.s of tlu> law r.-la- 
ti\,. I., ilu' fStablishing here of a -Iii.- 

vriiilc D.'llmiiieiUs lli^ni' il-"' . ' '''y^f- 

nor-ficMieral-iu-fmiiiclT will bring Into 

ir,,r.i. 111.' .liiv.-nir.*' Dcllniiii.'nts .\ct. ol 

;ili I '..niiiiioi,. 'Iliis IS tin- atlvliT 

j u hicli Iho ii.-piit.\ ,itlorn.'\- Ki'ii'Tal .m| 

I llir in-n\ ilL.-r lias Ul . ' M U.' ( !l '. .11 .1 

I (■.irniiiiiiiiialion wlii.h >\'<iH I'.'ail al la.'^l 
iiiiKhr.s ni.'ining: of that body. Tlie city 
j in July, last rtniuestcd the airovintMal 
; Hovf'tTfhient to bring into for^ -• .10 :i t 
i to provido- tor .^ucli -a t-ouri. 'I'h' 
ldi-|>iity atlonioy genoral reidif.s that 
[to do -so U iw iioi't'snarv to induce tlio 
I Doniialoii authorities i' "■.■n;^ '■.iilo 
foil-.', )^o far «.'' Ihf ' ii.' "I \ 1' lori.i 
I is . iiit'-crned. the ffd<-rar Juvenile Dc- 
i lliicimnts Act, 1308. Before tlie filover- 
iior Gf'noral in council can brlngf that 
put into force ITie alt«nu»y general of 
i tlie- province is" reijuired t'> transmit 
I to Ottawi*— a-^=e<iiiest that the act bo 
1 brought into force with n-^ard to the 
tinrrrrtHT — iieiiiK de.iU u i 'tli - n i ul - . s u ch re- 
I finest must be suppf'""' ''>' " certlfl- 
I rate- of the attorney general in tlie 
j terms wot out in the follows lug certifi- 
I cate: 

I hereby certii\ : 

1: That a proper nJeteution home 
for Jinenile <lelinnu«>nt8 has been es- 
trtblished at tlic «Mty of Victoria, In 
the Provinvfe of Britl.sh Columbia', and 
will lie nnrlntal;teil foi^the temporary 
confinement of JuvenAft delln(iu<'Hts, or 
of children charged wUh /dtllnfiuency. 
The Institution Js^rondutted more like 
n fiimll.v home than like a penal In- 
stitution, Is not under the same roof 
U8|, or In any linniedlatf....yit^nity of 
any , police station. Jail. .luck-up, or 
other place in wbich adutu «rfl or may 
be linprlsorted. , 

I': That an Industrlxil school, as 
define d by clause (H) of section 2 of 
the Juvenile Dellntitienta Act, IHOS, exr 
isits to \\%lTrtj Juvenile dellmiucnts, may 
tjo comraitte. _ , , 

8: That th«re is a JustlC*, to wlf. the 
polUe mrtfflHtntte. fiir said tlty hiufj- 
lug jurisdictioii In said city. In which 
It is aoii5?lit to have tlir J^vt put ftt 
force, willing: to act as Juvenile court 
Judge, and iliat the retnuncj-atlon »f 
such Juvenile foiirt .JudRe has . been 
provided for without iftcourse to tbo 
Kcdierar autlioritles. . 

4: That i-einune.rntlon for any ftde- 
,(iuat,c staff i*f probation- officers has 
been provided by municipal grant 



FINELY EQUJPPED 

Mr. Leonar.l Krani«. of .\lberiil. ar- 
rived III the clt.\- Wunday from Comox. 
where In- baa been photograpliing liio 
different oiicraiions of the Camidiau 
Western l.,iiiiiber Co. Ijtd. 

Mr. Krank atules that wide as lias 
been hia experience of Island timber, 
he has never Seen any liner llian tluU 
which lies on IVerlh 2\K IjeloiigiuK to 
the coinpaio-. Tlieir 1ok«Iiik road i.s 
tile llnesi in tlie West and tlie ciinlp- 
nient- iiiasnllicent. They are building j 
a railroad rniin their loggluK caniiij 
'•onnectiiiK with the road running fi'oiii 
Inion l;!a.\- to Cumberliliid. i 

(iotweeii I'nion Haj' and ( 'uorteo.iv 
they iia\i a n ban' 1 tnlb- .mil a )iall 
in lenKi b. / . 





OF GREAT leaders! 



Methodist General Conference || 
Hears Memorials to Late 

,,.Rev, DrsPMts, Withrow and 
Sutherland \ 



Til 



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MANY ARE DEAD 

IN FIRE'S TRACK 



ninla \' 
Suth- 



(l.'onlinnecl from 1 aKc I.) 



vening session . was i-\ 
u, lii. .'eadiriK of memorial'- 
lati.: Rev. .bih.i I'-H:-, li !' i 
Secretarj ■ .■ Ivi .c .1 1 1. .■:, I ;■ 

>Vllhro\v, IJ. v., \',:'.\ ■ I h. 

School. I'eriodical.-, .i-il !:• \ 
erlaii'l. I >. P., (ierierai Si-'i':i. •■( 
.Missi'Mi- r!i. ' r niemorlals mp' ■■.,< 

a.. I' '•' pune'licialioiis '' :' ■ lomniil- 

!■ •ducation.' !> I j)ubli.«)li- 

iiiK (i.-|i.irlnie:it and ..1 ..-.-.i.oiary work, 

■ I resjiectiveiy, Tliese , men have died, 

I (luring the ijiiad-reuriioii.. They, wt-re 

g. :;::. •■•'rile -ill men of nilgiit and had a far'- 

0111 the lire-: reaching influence, not. only- within 

llioii mines ' '^^f' church where they labfrt-edT — bw^ 

'" ■ Addltlftfial tributes ! 



Tke Best Equipped 

Men's Store in Victoria 



I Tailoring a 
Finished Art 



I 



Suffocated in Tunr.e 
^\'.\ Li..\( 'I-;, id.iih., .\i\ 
arrival ul K. I ).. Hale fr 

fighlitg 'cam|i at tile Hi. ,...,...,, 

:i5 niibs from WalUu-e. vv lib news „r I '"If rnatlonally. ^ ■ w r 

.lie .ata^stropbe last nighr"r,ringH the I «-'"'-%I'".f'» thoHo men by ^members of 

, . ri,., ..'.„ , I , H,,...,, ,|-i,.> i t iionference chosen for the purpose. 

tola list ot Imnvn dead .utlirH.^.^n^^^ Allen gave the tribute to 

dead at Bullion are: ,1 Mcholsoiv j^^ p^^^^ Seldom has such a mas- 

ol Oem; l.arry Hyson, \\ ""ace i.csHe ! j^.^^^^, address been heard. Hii'x. Dr. 
^tilers, oem; .s., u. Adamd, .UjJ.<iaaoi-..-H,.iggs. a lifelong friend of Dr. Witii- 
Krln Binston. Hillside; Lpuis Holmes. U.^^. ^^^^ tribute^_to_ liis WOrtliL ^IHi 
Spokane, m'-mher of the cooks' union. | thought that Dr. Withrow embodied 
Birmingham, Kngland; Tom AVelch, jthe character and manner of Wesley 
Spokane; E. Elgin, Wallace. They | more than anyone he knew. Dr. VVith- 
were burled in a trench near the Bui- | row was a faltiiful class leader, pre- 
Kun dump, under the direction of Sec- 1 ferring to stay with his class rather 



ond Lieut. Titus, 14th infantry. A 



can placed at the head of each body-f iusttce MacEaren and N. W. Rowell 




YOU'RE USED TOr 



E 



A fVnt TOWIC FIRST BREWED IN THE YEAR 1777. 



contalns^the name. 

The disaster occurred on Sunday 
nStrlit at 11.30 o'clock, when Ranger 
Erwn called on the force of 10 men 
to a tunnel to escape the on- rushing 
llanies. Halj and the 



than travel U»e eouiitry to— preacli. 



and others were members of his clan.«i. 
Dr. Rose .spoke with deep feeling 
of the tribute to Dr. Sutherland. All 
these men were honored by tl i »,- 
church with a kuig tenure of office. 



others took i ^^"^^^ in return t hey greatly honored 
ti.rns .holding wet blankets at »He! ^''^^^'^^J^'l^-.-.^ „,,B«re8tlon at the 



crept In. All the dead were sulTot.'at 
ed, while the others got out and es- 
caped. The men were identified by 
■letters now in the possession of- Lieut. 
Titus. Welch, of Spokane, bad $100 on 
his person. The "danger lias passed 
V. allaee. and Burke and Miillan are 
reported as fairly safe tonlglit. 

A party of .1 50 fire fighters under 
Ranger Rocker reported /dead at Avey 
have csc'ap'cd to St. Joe, according to 
wicrd received from Rocker by Supcr- 
\ isor Wrigle. ' 



service, to 
have announcements and adjourn was 
met with cordial applause liy all. 

Sunday Services. 

The Rev., Freeman D. Bovard. . D. 
D.. of San Fiancisco. the fraternal 
delegate from the Methodist Episco- 
pal church of the United, States, 
preached a hlgrhly instructive sermon 
on Sunday morning in the Metropoli- 
tan Methodist church. He. took as 
his subject, , 'Faith As An Organ of 
Spiritual' Knowledge." Dr. Bevard 



The cuLi'ji> ami u;u'i>, ui tlu.- Tw miifili Ccntur.y Brand' of 

li' 'ilniitr^il ic tailors o f the LiavikU-^ C'"., .iit the bCsSt available 

lui i.ili-is ill Canada.-' Th'ey:faitlifit11\ < ■ > me all-Work' to. the 

iili-ihiti: sati.sfaction of tli 



V 111' 



ual and pirticular garr 

mciit inspector, who passes each garinciit at ceriain marked 
stages in its pn'gfC5s;"^-'-^eHifr-if|-^and.~see our new consign- 
ment (if " - •• ,.,A.^_3s— «" ■•■ 



'"SS-.- 






Suits 



- 20th Century 

For Fa!! Wear ■- - 

.\n e.xceptionlly \\\f(h gratfc exhibit of all the Jicw Autumn and 
'\\'inter: fabrics. There is a style — an "individuaLity" — to this 
splendidbrand of Clothing that i9:unequalled by any other. We 
would' like to demonstrate it to 3fo« more fully, aiid also show 

New Autumn Hats Just Arrived 



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W.&J.WILSOI 

MEN'S FUnr-i'lSHERS. 
1221 Government St.. and Trounce At. 














,.„, , . . , „ . has had an interesting q-aissi.' Vq: 

We were in the heart of the fire for (j„. p^^^ ^^^ ^^^.r^ he-has iieen edi- 
tor of the California <'hristian Advo- 



an hour and -h' brtlf" .said Walter Inger- 



BASS ! whose fame is baaed on beer 

0ASS I wvhoee name l« known whore''.0>" 
Briton* hold thoir nectar dear-- 
Thirst assuaging pleasantly. 



■OMW 



PITHER & LEISER 

Wholesale Agents for B.C. 
VICTORIA VANCOUVER , NELSON 



raped with sllKlit -bi*rns7-*^nd how we 
lived throHRli It is more than I can it'll. 
The men saw rti, 'Are cOmlpjif (IflWn the 
Rtilch on four slde^. They' >vel'e panic- 
stricken, rtnd utth two homesteaders. 
Anvfts and Beauchamp. ran and Idd In a 
6:- That (some society or .commit- j smalt cave. Bcaticha-nirj) had, provided 
tee) Is ready and willing to act as the cave to hobi lils valuables. Six or 
juvenile court coQimltlee. seven were suffocateit In tl^e icave; the 

' As soon lis the •ai>«VB certific ate la ! rest were killed hy falling; trees. -Xlu>, 
.':i^^'llfd by. the attorney get^eral the | lerrlfle wind plokwl up great cedar trues 
federal authorities oh aifp ilea tiou and threw thewi about . In everv dlrec- 
therefore wiU make the DonUulon l»«r Ujon. Outor 25 m^n Id the Big Creek 
effective J|ere. • -' part.v. perhaps ^efght escaped unln- 

vVlth rcsard to' •clause i "* the j„^p^ ., 
above certificate the deputy attorney ] T,,,p vy,,i„^- ^^^^^ „, \^ekn\^ ha.-^ Is^ 
general sniteb that In-iu.s opfttlou the ^y^,, ^,.^^,. ^ ^„ ,,r,nkrh# water 

establishment of an In. ustr al sehool L j. epidemic Creek 

at Vancouver is a. sufficient ^•'>»ni>» - Uv-ater simnlies trie ritv and this Is 
«nce with the requirements „f^ tlii.s ' """"^ *^'**""'"' ""^ cn.v, and mis is 
riaiisc Olid he •'ocB, not think there 
will be finy "difficulty at the jiresent 



soil, an 18-year-old Are flghte.r. who MoJ-catel Previously he spent some time 



time about lertifylng. to the •••atteru 
set put In claua." 3. Bu't attention ntust 
be 'pa id to clauses 1, 4 and -gr-^ — ^'ho 
deputy at1orne>N general asks wjietiier 
the city's detentlbn Ijorne fa rendy and a trail has to be made to reach 



Why Not Try THE BEEHIVE. Doug^^as St. 

.■VtBdani; This windy vveiitiier ^^lISf;e.>its our .; for n i|uart'>r InrKc, aii- 
over Halr'.Xets; this Is a capital net: is nice and strong; unless you 
wear them ^you have no Idea how mucl\ more tidy you appear; indeed, 
you will a.ppear more beautiful than ever if tliat were possible. 

Back Wets 3 for 10c i Pafls 25o, 30c and 3Ec. 



where it Is Kltuated and whether pro 
vision lifts been made for payment of 
an ayetii-iate staff or/probation offleers 
and If tiieii; la' somb society r.judv an«l 
willing to act us, Juvenile couir c©»«— 
mittee. 

These questions -can ba answered 
satlsfaitoriiy by the city ais t;i^ hpiuo 
la now in operation, the pro'ofillon of- 
ficer appointed and the ChlldT"en s Aid 
-society is ready to undertake the work 
ot court 'ct)>!nmi*tee. 

Tlio con-iinuiili.atlon' of the d-.?pi'l..' 

i attorney geiicral -\vas referred to iht 

Tclty clerk to supply the former with 

ihe . necessary .iulormatlon fin which 

the certificate of the attorney general 

I niay be made i,i order tha* 1h.- ap-^ 

j iiHcatlon to the gt'ivernor g-^n^rttl lif 

counclt may he or'-'p.erly made 



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BETTER SERVICE 

OiM SIDNEY LINE 

(Continued frobi Page l.» 



tnougnt to iiave cw,taniinnted the sup- 
ly. It Is not tUoustirt thaj the rescuing 
parties spnt'to Big t'reekilda morning 
can reiurn tonight w)fh the dead and 
Injured of the Bell party. FalVen trees 
are strewn thlckiy 'along the way, and 

the 



party In distre.sa. Supplies of nVedlcine 
and first aid have been sent. . > 

The only rescue parl<' out Is Iti touci* 
Willi local headquarters. • • 

"Barney," : well known at Wallace 
as a gambler, is believed to have been 
killed In the fire in the east end of the 
city on Sunday nlgbt. He left his coat 
In a hotel to go to his home in the 
burning district, hut has never been 
seen since. - " 

Wm. McKay, burned, uhile iightlpg 
fire at Sal tes, died o1^ hts Injuries at 
Taft today. Three >'orlhern Puclfir 
bridges betweer\ I..ookout and Borasf 
were burned, and also one between 
Taft and Saltes. Three trains are 
stalled below Salterse " and two are 
stalibd at Taft. The division super- 
intendent is at Saltese, 

Twelve Die In One Party. 

SPOKANE. Aug. :.• -Survivors of 

the Big Creek disaster reached Wallace 

late this afternoon They said that a 

! rescue pnrtiV—ttea^led b> Ranger W ell!*, 

' had reached their fi^ang and medical 

aid was at hand. Food and tents, they 



Twehe men were 



In the pastorate and was also lecturer 
In' ma thematic s In a Methodist col- 
lege In aoutliern California. , Hll* 
father was a farmer and was r^imark- 
ably successful In raising i)'reachers. 
Six of his sons became i>rominent ! 
Methollist ministers. The other flvr; | 
brothers of the visiting delegate -aro I 
still living, and iii active work. Dr. | 
.Bovard will deliver his message fojr ' 
the great church he represent?^ at thi.-^ i 
evening's session. I 

- The other American dek'ga.te is' Dr. | 
H. M. Bo|s. Tls gentleman, after be- 
ing a connexlonal Officer for seven- | 
teen years, asked to l>e reliiriied to j 
the pastorate. It is stated that he I 
was well In the running for a bishop- j 
rlc at the reient general Mf;ihodist j 
Ei)lscopal conferericV in Itls _CiiUJiJ.O'. ! 



mission, and anv pToflt the ' under- i "a*"^- ^'<''"«' *'«<^1>' "•''''I'''. ""^' f'-f "»/" 
writers mfHht secure. This cUv: while I' ^''fh provisions and .-helter left for 
taking, the debentures at »97.10 per i ^^'"' plaee tonight. " " 



$100. would be actually saving the | '*"l*"f' '" .'^''''' ''^."l^^ '""' ""'l^^*'* m**''! ^»'«'i9 '>ave built a hospital in their 






lie also win a<idres? ti.e c'onfereiier, ! 
this evening.; . , I 

The Indians. 

.\t tlte missionary nieeting Krid"- 
morning. Rev. .1. C. Spertcer of Skide- 
gate. Queen ("harlotte Islands, gavtf- ! 
a very "instructive address on the In- ' 
dlan work of B. C: He described the i 
'ceremonies, of a potlatch and told | 
how weird from him as-a visiting mis- ' 
slonary had broken up the observance 
in some places. All ovex the Coas-V, 
the Indian people have stepped out ot , 
heathen ways and fntered the Vays | 
of civilization. The odds have bei'p i 
against them, due largely to tb'e ' 
greed and dfivvnr)g)U wickedness of 
white men. The trjueler .<>n the .leri- 
cIk) road ne\er got served' _ w(ir>5e> 
than some, of the Indians t'ii this 
:provtTrce at the hands of -white mb-, 
bers. Mr. Spencer has served the la- | 
dlan work for many >'ears, haviiw; ' 
been located-r-iit llejia Coula. Skern-i 
River, and now at Skld^'gate. j 

■ He was fidlowed _by Dr. p. ' V/l 
Uirgp of Holla Bella. Dr. Lar«. 
speaks vyith optimism, courage and , 
hopefuinesH about the Indian. 'rioy | 
have built a chur<'h at. his station en- t 
tiret>' by their own labors and vvit;h j 
lumber cut in their own saw mill.'?, i 
It would be a credit to any idaie, th'* j 
doctor- says. The future of.tlte in-,.* 
dlan lies fa becoming a Canadian tit-' ' 
izen.' He .should be tjseful to tlie 
state. Beside.s the ehwrelv-.the Ui- 




(to tS'^e "BLACIi CAT"):. ' 

On behalf of the people of • 
Canada, I wish to acknowledge 
the distinguished service you 
have rendered by championing 
the rights of the British Public. , 
Wlien others sought to gi"V'e in- 
ferior quality you kept the price 
down and the quality up. Thus 
you have protected the 
interests of Canadian 
Smokers by supplying 
the 

BEST 
VIRGINIA 




"MILD"' CIGARETTES 
or "MEDIUM CIGARETTES 

The Rl.tcl; Cat are the biggest and best Virginia Cigarettes 
tnade at this pcipular price. ' . _ -' ' 

All- free and independent tobacconists stock and sell'the popular 
"Black Cat ' Ci>,'arettes. 10 for. 10 cents. 



We have had plac^ed with us tor -sale 
about one acre of land in J rimes Bay, close 
to the F'arliament Buildin£cs, and five min- 
ute's' walk from the General P,0. This is 
a«; admirable Apafti1ti€|»t 'House Site. A 
igood si/.fd Imilding could.be efected, and 
sufficient i/roiinfl >pace would be left fof 
tennis court, j^ardcns. garage, slables/Ctc. 
Owing to circumstaiices, the owner of this 
liropcr^Trmust sell, and iS|villiilg to accept 
less than the property cost him. 



three points, which would be lost were »" l]'" \""''» '^'^"' . 'Hf.'nn,^ den f ' 
the debentures sold to oi.t.'^Uh'rs. This "^ them helnp burned he, ond l^f" V 

vvobid ninoutnt to W.OOO. The deben- ' «i^^.- J^'"" X^'^' ""^ ,"^ K^f .. a ? 
tpres were for works constrtu ted o,T a! ''^«'^>^»«-« *^M' «»«" '"" ""'"'•^'^ '" ^^"^ 
ten year ter hi and consecjuenily the |^''**' . j;_^ ,'-' •. 

amoiint would be paid Int. k long before 
the amount advanced froio the long | 
I term sinking fund.'* would be rerpilred.: 
to meet the debentiires, for which tlie 1 
laUer are beting set aside. 

The ;re<^uest of the Victoria Terrillnai 

^Ihvay and Ferry Conipan\- that the 



Price $6000 



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\riris caii he arranged 
\ ""■ ill ink what one acre of 

land live minutes' walk from the P. O. will 
be worth m unc or two years' time. 



building Inspector, who ha.s refused a. 
pertnlt for the hew freight shecj to he 
erected by the company on Blahchard' 
street, bei^aqse the frame Is of wood', 
be instructed to Issue such permit, tn- 
aanruch'ns other stnicnircs In the city 
are of similar constnutlon. was grant- 
ed. sijb.|ect to thf approval of the city 
solicl.tor and building liispe.ctor,i 

A number of local improveiiient re- 
ports l)y the city engineer wefe ap- 
pr(>v,od and adoptetij--. 



IftflPRfSSi^fTORS-- 



City Council Shows Speed in Di.spos- 
■/ ing of Business Just to Show 
What It Can Do. 




RRIOTT & FELLOWS 



Phone 645 , 619 Trounce Avenue 

Open Evenings 8 to 9 o'clock 



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.SoniPtiines the city cotincil^;^ dojss. 
not show that despatch fn' iTlsposIng 

_ i)f the rn'i.- bii.sincss which It. might, 
i'l but last iiii;lit iiroveil to be an e.vee))- 

♦ a nni.'irkable excetitlon, a;td af.^ 
' lilili' nioi,. than an hour's diellli- 

♦ ' vvouiid u^ 
<, dispersed. 
. '< MSbioHs wi-ii- : i-on.spU'uous b)» 
' ; absence and whili'' It was trim 

♦ liniThTT-r^-^^-as l|ttb ■ • : 
ill worth dipt'usslii 

I'or the energy shovx m is.i-^ ii.oi-'.' '■- 
(lio t)res<!n('e in the chamlier of j. 
nil, liber of lieuds of Ontario nr f 
palitiea, visitors in the city as ■ 
gates to the Mf^thodist CJeneral i.,i, 

i i ference. These .gentlemen will leave 
i I for their booiiM folh- ioihiMMi ,i,-\-ith the 
T I b'usine.«.« '' Victoria's 

t I council. 
^ Among the visitors whom the 

♦ mayor tntrodiieed to the lio'nrd, were: 
j M,-i.\-ii;- .'Vustln , of I'balbiim.. Mnl.; 

?^i 'erTiT''' "dT<7"r^ () i 'o'^T'" 



visii mmm 



Hon. Thomas Taylor, Will In- 
■spect Islands in Company 
, ' With ttie' . -M#ml>ef ■ for 
. Sl<eena 



own labors. \\'hlle the Indian is not 
a .i)auper, .vet he can't' owrx land Ir. 
thls^ itroxinee. Dr. I.,arge made bis 
hearers sit up and look whe:i ,lie told 
of graiiiophoiies, organs; planoji. 'ty)>e- 
xvi'Af rs and' well furnished, houses 
among ^he Indians. He gnv^e hi.-" aud- 
ience a (hance to laugh when he lo|,i 
of an Indian reqiiesting him to teaclN 
hln\ how. to play on the plati;*, . 

Being asked how tliey fared .-iplrit- i 
iially. Dr. l.,arge spoke of the nee<'s-"j 
slty of utiderstandlng. the position of 
the Indian. He hud been undet- the I 
swaS' of an unsystf'mlzed pagan, •re,- '< 
llgious. for so. lori^, which taught hlni L 
seJf-glorlficatloifC — -4j^ niujit not r\''\ 
pect much of hirn yet. Contai-t wWh J 
the white tna;i had. br<iiight pew ; 
forms of ettll amonfe tciu. The In- | 
dlan foijnd it hard to understand why i 
the white njari who took away ii!>! ' 
land and made the laws, wanted 1- 
to keeji , them and tm good, , when 
didn't observe them himself. Vi I 
there' la firoistresS. .The Indlu.i. dresse* 
well, sings well tlte goBi>e1 hyiTins atnl 
this .venr . both here and In .Mberta, 
some of theirt are pushing out (or .. 
higher ' education. 



THE TEST 

Take .Tny Virginia Cigarette, at any price, and light It, at the 
t!\mf tim» liohtlng a "BLACK CAT." Smoke frorti each alter- 
n,-.tely and joass the imoke through the nose, 
ately detect' the difference. 



You wfll Ifnmedl- 



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Eat and Be Merry!'' 

Stop starving yourseU-==st6p suffering the pangs of indigestion — stop 
worrying ab>;.ut what you. dare and dare not eat. ," 

Ent henrty meals of wholesome fooi, take 



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I.ON'DON, Aug.- '2?.— > 'adet Tids^vvf.U, 



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who 'sailed for Carrtc'.-v on the Vlrgln- 
Ihn accompanies Karl and Cohntess 
Bnthurst, who have promised t'o be- 
friend him on- route to \\\s noire, Sev- 
ern) promfrient t.:anadlrtn« are- pas"- 
seiigers rui the stime . stcajhef. l^ird 
i(.no I..ady KorthoHjte sailed Saturday 

to 
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It l» fetW Itttentlon of Hon.- Thomas 
Ti.ylf;r, iirOvlncial minister of public 
works, to leave oft Krtdaj next on his 
deferred tour of the Queen Charlotte 
-»r.+atTfls. upon whlcii he will. I>e accom- 
panied I ! WiHiam Manson. M. P. 
!'.. repr ■ •> of the district. The 

viEit to ih, i^ietn fharlottc is In the 
natural following out of the miuialer's 
departmental poiiev .f putting hhns"|f 
jjer.-onally and directly In touch- with 
c-.nditloiis in every section of |lic f,,^ Xewfoiijidland. They . exp(>ct 

counirv In which tuaUl<}-wtMF4M--m^4>e- .,,,,, j.(, ^ toirr of Catindtt lirtW.-- ~~-' 

i i h.M-e Is much bein^ 

the. wn.y of ccdoii- 

;-/,,ii.Mi I', aa ni.-ilviiig, bridge and-'wharr 
i.olldiriK. etc.. In' t|ie Queen Charlottes, 
■ : iiersonal i.nspectlort wMI ib,- b, i 
enable the active i++ul ' \u■\w.^ ti, 
lieail of the great spending ■' 
of the province t'> In'ellb ■ 
f-fflclently udniliilsb "i 

the public- busines:. oi- 

inltted to big care, ii i looijubien 
iio- decision as to 111 ■ Kovernmei 
rab\a\- |>oUcy with rcs pi-e 

■rP.TTrTm'"wnt~TT(^'TrrPTW-'d a l 'Tji'>tTr~Tlon. j and Is a waif liig tli 
.\lr. Ta.\ lor'» rttnrn. '. JKstraduat M.m.iKii.i 



and ytril feelliko.a ncv personr^our stomach-rheartburn — 
ccc^.v.'nal indigestion' — chrcfiic dyspepsia' — all yield' quickly to 
NA-DKU-CO /Dyspepsia Tablets^" ■ Jhe properly di,gested .food ' 
restores y.-;iir strength*, your sto'rrtach regains lis tone, and soon 
req.u ; re. s no further aid. ■ _,,« 

• 50c. a box. If youf druggist has not stocked 'them yet Ts6h3 
50c. and "ve will mailthern.. ■ , ' 37 



NATIONAL D(JOQ/ND^HfMK«*«- CO. or PANAOA l,j|MITtD[, KONTREAL, 



Nio«ragua*s I44W l»r««!«l««f 

i;Ti7EF-IKDDS. .Vug. 

lOstr.id:'! t.Tda-r CThlert SeCf' 
ii ',"i' I :rsstii-aitee <,if hi.s 

-i i lie Anierlratt pe^- 

' make :Miiends for the 

•> -vtTPTlTrmrr- cnntion 

;iii,) ill b, r nnlrtend' 




ne Phy»tc?«V 

Cure for Gout, t 

Itliciiinatio Gs«t 

wid OrareL 



The XTniftrsdl E'raedy for Aoitlitjr of th« 

.■Stom'«:c'... ni-.-:il:-ich'.',' Hcarlbiirn, Ir.rlir-^^iion,' 
El Uf K:uctalioaj, Bilious Ai. 'ti>ii0.' 



Safest and nri't 

Gentle M-iiri" tor 

InfMits, Children, 

jOcUeate Femaleg^ 

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I i I'll.! Ill' .rro,, ii'-d n 
Ml I I'-mr 1 1 I'^^t VailM , 
■t to f Iraliani , |,r )\ isional tiresldi 




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Tutaday, Auguat 23, 1910. 



VICTORIA DAILY COLONIST 



Fashion Craft Suits 

FOR FALL 

Show in a marked dcj^rce the fine points of the tailors 
art, wiiile the styles and colors are very attractive. It 
will hq • a pleasure for us to show vou^tTie latest 
arrivaFs. 

PRICES ^15.00 to $35.00. 



T. B. CUTHBERTSON & CO., Ltd. 

F. A. Gowen, Managing Director 1114 Government Street 



WILL ADDRESS THE 
GMOIANCLUB 



r, J, A, M', Aikens, K,C. of 
Winnipeg to Speak on 
JSome Problems in Cana- 
cllc^n Development," 



Madam are you going to 
Preserve Peaches T 



Tlphtl\' ^:.i! vniir Jams and Pn' 
I'rosh ;iri<l r/'-'i ,1- tlif day you mail' 



mil tlicx'n l<i'-r-|i 



fnr. years 
is nothing: 



Pure Refined Paraffine ■ 25c per BricR 

A product (if ptitroleuin, iiorfectly clean and pure.j^tasteless and odor- 
less. Air-proof, waterproof, and acid proof. Call -here and let us show 
yii : ■ A -]Mi . thing it la to keei>.l»re8erves~by^Ws method. 



CYRUS If. BOWES, CHEMIST 



Tels. 425 and 450 



1228 Government Street 



.]. A. ^r. Aiklns, K. <\. president of 
the .Vlyiilwlta liuf .\H.-i'Hi:i tiou, ,haa 
lu'cii i)ractlclnK Jaw in Wlnnlpei? 
for over Sli. years, addresses the, local 
Canadian chih on Wednesday on 
"Sonic ))rolilinis in < 'anadlan Develop- 
ment.'' 

Speaking; m' M i- ,\i!>iii r. .-.-iitly, - the 
Oimadlan (H'ritury wa.N.f, liis buHineSs 
i.s law. Knlike many professional men 
in the "We.st, who have liranehed out 
into speeulatlon that promised, and in 
many cases pravi» them, greater re- 
turns for their linie. lie stiicl-: to law. 
W h 1 1(> his . , Iwot her frijit-ttrirm PTS u'ero 
iuiying- towji«hiiis he was informInK 
hiinsdf on the Htalute.s concerning' the 
reKislratioh and i)roperty riglits. 

Born in IJeeeniiier, tf?51, in ili' 
''ounty of l-'eel, 14 mlle.<? from Toronto 
his early life was spent on a farm, and 
the foundation of his education was 
laid at tlie ("ounty Grammar School 
in l!tani|iton. -]Ie .-ifterwards attend- 



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FRUIT TREES 



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"Hope .springs, eterital--*^Wt a ^fsiTlfhves in our 

Fruit Stocks bears results' that can be foreseen and counted 



on. 



We have a fine lot pf clean, healthy and strong, stock to 
pick from, and a catalogue that is most interesting to horti- 
culturists and flower lovers. Free for the asking. 



TheVaneouverlslandNurseryCo.Ltd, 

SOMEN03 




not thhik the matter wu one In which 

a man would rlisplay good sense by 
conHultini? hl.s bretiiren. 

Tlie laug-hter cau.-^ed by the fore- 
K'dni^ .statement led' the chair to re- 
nuirl< that the conference was engaKed 
In dlscu.sslns iJWnclples of the church 
and tluit tiiese .shouhl not lie treated 
liKhtly. 

The Hev. Dr. S. O. Hlnnd. of Winni- 
peg, .said that tlie clause a,s it read 
savored of the Idea that women were 
dangerous things. ( h'auKhtcr. ) 

The IHev. Dr. J. W. Sparling, of Win- 
nipeg, said tlmt liie conferi>nce .seemed 
to he in a funiiy mood, hut the que.«- 
tlou.q befiM-e them were anything tiut 
funn.w It was of the gravest possiljle 
Impoi-tanee to a minister th«'4dnd of a 
Woman lie marrleil. It woujd proljably 
determine his future success of other- 
wise. Tlie reeommeinlatlon was 
pas.sed. 

A clause In /tile iii-nciin, (ic;ii-!;jjr 
with tlie purpha.s.e ana wearing of 
gaudy and costly attire was struc;l< mit. 

.■\. communication from the W'.CT.U. 
of Victoria Invited thq delegates to bo 
present at a reception to bo jtlvcn In 
.t he ^ Mis.'+lon Hall. Storr hu. .-t. ,ui 
-'I'hirrsdav, at 3 -p.m. ■ "> 

The Vv.C.T.U. of Vanr.-i\ ■ asKi.;i 
the conference to place its. u ,,n 11 c .rd 
as In favor of equal suffrage for wn- 
men. This re<|ue.«t was referred tn 
the .committee on rights and piu Ib-gr.^. 
X Yesterday was the last da.\- for re- 
-celvlng memorials, and among thn.s.,' 
■•vliicli came in were one-s dealing wltli 
superannuation, Kvangelism, the com- 
I'ositiiin of greneral mission boards and 
Sunday SchiJnl worl.; 

. The status of .Mr. R .Mitchener, 
M.P.P-- one of the Alberta laymen dele- 
gates, is to be considered ijy a com- 
mittee of ten named by the chair. Mr. 
Mitchener was unable to attend ttie 
opening day.s' sessions*- of the confer- 
ence and Mr. G. W. Smith, one of the 
reserves, was appointed in his place. 
A' couple nf days ago Mr. .^ntchener 
arrived and since then both he and his 
reserve pro."cy have l)een attending the 
'Sessions. 

-Vmotig II;.- r. .i.nimendatlons ' eiig- 
gcst^jl-by the Book and Puljlishlng 
Committee w^e the ftppointments of 
as.soclate editors for the west for the 
(Jnardlah and the Sunday School pa- 
assistant book stewards for the 
md west, and an assistant book 
steward at Toronto. The latter re- 
commendation has been adopted, but 
the others are as yet in abeyance. ^ 



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Real Nappa 

Kid Gloves 

Per Pair 

00<* 




Dent's 

Gloves 

Per Pair 

?1.00 



The World ^s Qualitg 








PATENTED I90» 



Corsets 



The ;i[ij)earanc(- ^ d' v'ur new rn-Mjmu i!c 
pcnds Kirucly 011 wliai I'Mr-.t \ . m -I'lccl ; w . 
therefore take [ileasnir in i ri.Mii!;iu lolihiT air, 
nf the t".' ill' '\'-in,o : ■ ■■ ■ 

La Vogue Bust-form Corsets . . ?! .25 

Nemo Self-Reducing Corset, $5.00, $4125, S'J.JS 

and ."...^. . . ."SSlSO 

The lam. ins "Gossard" Lace-in-front Corsets, 

newest models, $7.50 and ^6.50 

Latest inndels in CjB a la Spirite. Price- 

ran^i I'liini .?ro.50 to , $1.50 

W.B. Nuform Corsets, long hips, habit liael 

Extra Special. .$2.75. $2.25 and $1.7w 

D. & A. Directoire Corsets, at •$2.50, .^j.j 

$1.50, $1.25 and . . . ' . .\ .^l.pO 

Wo have just Vefeeivedr-'tfic "Radio" Dre:-; 

Shields, no stitching or pins required. T5^ 
Kleinert's Hose^^up porters, '"Shuron"^ clasps, 

pink, .sky, black and white, 50c and ,T725(^ 




Full Selection of Ladies^ and Children s H^geian Waists 

^ Alwaijs in Stock 



MH. J. A. M. AIK-ENS, K. C. 

Winnipeg. 



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THE C\^NADIAN BANK 
OF COMMERCE 

_^ Paid-up Capital, $1^,000,000 Reserve, $6,000;oo6 



DRAFTS ON FOREIGN COUNTRIES 

Arran<<>.rnent.s hove recently been completed under which the b ranch— 

of this Bank ai;e able to Issue Drafts on the prlhcleal polnta 

In the following countries : 



Austria-Hungary. 
' Belg-iihn 
Brazil 
Bulgaria 
Ceylon 
China 
Crete 
Denmark 
Egypt 
Faroe Islands 



Finland 

Formosa 

France 

Fr'ch Cochin-China 

Germany 

Great Britain 

Greece 

Holland' 

Iceland 

India 



Ireland 

Italy 

Japan 

Java 

Manchuria 

Mexico' 

Norway 

Persia 

Phillipine Islands 

Roamania 



Russia 
Servia 
Siani 

South Afrfc* 
Straits SettlemaotS 
Sweden 
Switzerland 
Turkey 

West Indies , m 
and elsewhere 



NO DELAY IN ISSUING. FULL PARTICULARS ON APPLICATION 

F. L. Crawford, Manaar»r, Victoria Brancli. 




The Man at the Bat may 
be caught OUT on , 
his third strike, 

but 



^ EDDY'S 

"SILENT" 

MATCHES 



NEVER FAIL i., light the FIRST STRIKE, "As sure as the dawn of 

tomorrow.'.' , 
.i-^ixiv v.'ars of experlenca have brouj?ht Eddy's Matches to .the 

ACME . ;■ PERFECTION.. The faromm ■•.Silent." , , ' ■■ , 

Mitchell Bros., Sellini^ Agents, Victoria and Vancouver 



cd the T.ipper Canada <*oIlcKe and To- 
ronto University. gradnatlnK from the 
latter in 1S75. Durinfi: thf* next .three 
years he studied law in the offices of 
Hlr -Oliver Mowatt, then Premier of 
Ontario, and Hon. M. C. Camierpn, 
leader nf the Opposition. . He wfiB 
called to th e Bar In 18tS.\ ; L, ij, ' * 

In J873, following his inclination ihd 
the advice of Ho«ice Oreely, he went 
west, locating In Winnipeg:. Winni- 
peg was then ohTy a city of 4,000. and 
his first offl,ce wai in a small room 
over a stationery store. This was 
heated only tiyrsr stovepipe from the 
store. below, and he tells that his first 
dtity each morning was .to thaw out 
his Ink bottle ■ by holding It against 
the stove, pi pe. ^ But h is practlccsoon 
made It hecesfiary to~gef some onp to 
perform this tiecessaty task, for his 
exceptional ability was tfelng recog- 
nised. ■ 

Iiv.lSS'j the law firm of-Alklns, Cul- 
ver amr"~MonknVan was formed wltfi 
Mr. Aikins at the . head. Mr. Culver 
remained a member of the firm iihttl 
his death in. V»t)0. • Among-others who 
have been associated with him are H, 
A, Rohson. recently appointed to thef 
bench; Hon. A. ti. Rifton. premier of 
Alberta, and Hon. Justice Prendergast. 
But Aiklnn has .always been at the 
head of the fli'rh. 

In 1882 he was elected n ''Bencher" 
and at different times has held the 
position, of secretary, trea;sur.er aiid 
president of that association. 

In 1881 he was appointed solicitor 
for the C. P. R., and has held the posi- 
tion ever since, at . the present, time 
being their, counsel in Western Can- 
ada. ' He is also retained as counsel 
by the Northern Trust Co., Qreat 
West Insurance Co., Imperial Bank, 
Bank of Ottaw^a, andjrnany othel' large 
tln^nctnl instUvitiohs. ■- ■■ 

Me, iakf'S the llv'cHfySt" Interest In 
ediicjWlfinaJ matters, and Is a_drie.etor 
of Wesley College and the ManitQbft 
Agricultural College. -■■■■'.■- 

, Although oSV years of ago he looks 
and 4a— as vlgfJrous as a man of 40, 
and he colild easily pass' for a man 
that age. He is an enthusiastic golf- 
er, being a member of the St. Char- 
les t:'o\intry Club, wh«re he Is , a 
familiair flgtire. 



Citizens of Town of Hazeltan 
Wilf Move to the Railway 
Line— Had Been PassBd by 
Railway Survey 



The citizens of .Hawlton, now that 
i they are fully convMcod that their city 
concerning which isty "great expectations 
were entertained. Is to be off the railway 
map. are nevertheless determined that 
Hazelton shall not pass Into history as 
one of the. deserted boom towfi jof the 
'S\'e«t. left Btra.nde(l. naked and ghCTstty? 
by the receding of the wAve that gave it 
being.' • • 

Preparations are now taking shape for 
the lite ral movlnsr of the town to the 
railway line. The townslte .comprises 
only thirteen acres, and there are at pre- 
sent thirty-nine firrns or Individuals en- 
gaged lh trade with Hazelton as their 
lieadtninrters. 'flTe towrtelte Is surround- 
e<l by .Indian roservp land.. It Is propon- 
ed to nv*ve the town eight miles — to tlie^ 
nearest suitable location on the line of 
the O, T .P. 



COMIVIISSIOIM ON 

RULES REPOR.TS 

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(Contftined from Page t.y 



ELECTRIC GRIT FOR POULTRY 



thflii lhri\': 

SI. 50 i)«r 100 l\.p.. 



ihI N 



containing Qir- 

rda n*cd. Keep 

egg ' producer. 



SYLVESIER FEED CO., 7 09 YaiesSt.rr5r4i3 | 



A Cosy Little Diiiiicr Set 

' '■' '■ I' ■ persons. 

I-;-- ' '' ' ' .$1.95 

OTHE.R UNUSUAL OFFERINGS 

I) 

Cut Glass Decanters, c.u'h ; . , _ _ _ , 25c 

China Cuspidors, reKul.tr "Tir rr\rh 25c 

Berry Sets, 7 pieces lino china, regular $2" . $1.25 

Ciiina Snl.id Bowls, regular 75c each 25c 

Bread Knives, regular r>Oc each ... 25c 

Glass Sets, G plece.s, regular TBc, ;., .;.,<; io.- -.i. 25c 

r. S. — The Silver Queen Ttnnge at $40 has no rcj-nal 

Halliday Clyde Co., Ltd. 

Phone 855. Tinsmiths, Sheet Metal Workers, Etc. 558 Johnson St. 

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resolutions and was without the ma- 
chinery to put thehn into effect. He 
strongly urgcil an Increase to the pM- 
«onnel flf the board. 

The Rev. A. M. Sahflford; of Vttn? 
eouver. deprecated the Idea of giving 
the board power to legislate on mat- 
ters which v*^re of purely Jocar.' iUf- 
terest. _ 

trho recommendation of tiie Tfernper- 
ance Cornniltjee \va«< flnalj.^' adopted, 
the connK),sitlon of the hoard to con- 
sist of* the chairman, treasurer, general 
secretar.v and field aecretarli-.s., 

(in a recommendation of the same 
committee, an amendment has been 
.jnarte to the Disci))! itie, allowing for 
the appolntnient of dl.strlct temperance 
secretaries In every^dlstrict . f>f . the 
church. Hitherto there have only been 
two, .-...■»:rct,",r1"» In <i>nch district, the 
hnancial and Sunday Schoob secre- 
taries. ■ ■ 
' ii\ sytttiiattty' AVith thf* c^tl^spsp dov- 

ernmeiit's crOsade against the traflie 

111 'oTiIorn. th(> (ir.iHT.il Piiperliiten.l'iil 

■iiptrnct; 
I. irward. 

I ii' luni'T!! .-isUini^ tliat 

1'... '" ln;!ii.-;:rf' r.-. h.'!l> 

ChlilR in tin- \\ '11 :•. 
now engaRcd. 

On Choosing a Wife 
'rill- i.'iiur!. of the Commission on 
iJu l.'s further recommended a change 
in a clause in the Discipline which 
(dates, that a probationer should take 
tin steps about marriage without flr.st 
consulting his brethren. The new 
clause reads that whon about to enter 
the married state he should consult his 
superiors In office; to whose aiithorlt%- 
ho Is submitted. 

- -Tho Rev. A. J. IrA.ii, ..f .M.-.n.i( if,,;-- 
r>st, Oh the; submlsHi(ui of this recom- 
mendation, snid that anyone wlio did|i'*t 
know rii.'iiKli iilioiit chooRlng a . wife 
would lm>B u sorry outlook. He Uld 



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People of Sandon .Will No 
Longer Await Construction 
. of Branch of V. V. & E.— 
■ Report Revived 




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EXCEPTIONAL SALE! 





YOL'R opportunity t.n ,seciiiiL,.tlic highest grade Boots, Shoes..f«:-Sliijpers at Sale Pnce-s 
is NO\y_and HERE. We've not offered sucli \ ahic.^ bclnrc. 

■We .want' comparisons; that's the lu-t way we cavi confirm what we tell you irt prifit. » 



LADIES' 



After persistent endeavor to Induce 
the Great Norttiern authorities to r^^- 
hulld and ro-operate the Kasto -and 
Slocan branch through to Sandon— 
the Mlhes', of the district suffering 
greatly throug-b ^ the ' su^pen.sioa-:- 
which endeavors have ibrought no 
fruit despite ami)iguoua\promises from 
time to time," the people of the Inter- 
ested district have denlded to no longer 
concern themselve.<ii with the Hill com- 
pany, tout to organize a local company, 
apply to the Dominion' for a charter' 
and subsidy, and either eejl the road 
wheft lii order to the C. p. R or In- 
ducfe that company to opcrat? It. At 
a recent meeting In Kaslo In connec- 
tion with the project, a letter was read 
from Mr. Neil K. Mackay. M. P. p., in- 
forming the board that he.had brought 
before the provincial cabinet the tran.«- 
portatlon situation as it affects his 
district, and/ had > received favorable 
aasurancfis in regard to the rebuilding 
of the Kaslo- ^Three Forks wa«on road. 
The. report that the C. P, ft. contem- 
^Jlates bulldlhg Into Whitewater this 
autumn is again revived in the interior. 



Deafness Cannot Be Qored 

by local -;ippIications, oh tliey cannot 
reach the <il«eased portloh of the ear. 
There Is only one way to cute 'deafr(t'».sa, 
and that is by .const|tutlonar remedtex. 
ii..iti.f.HM Is caused lay hn Irtflamed con- 
of the mucoti.s lining of the 
a. lilan ..Tube. When tlits tube Is 
iiiilamecl you have a ruinBllng'sound or 
imperfect bearing, and when It is entire- 
ly 'closed, l.^eafhess Is the tesult. and 
unless the Inflammation can be taken 
nii't and thl.i tul>o restored tp It.i nor- 
liearlng will be destroyed i 
airs out nf ten are cau.si'ii 
;,i. i.4 n.i'thlng but an )• 
' '!'• niucuus • I 



mal cnti.nii 
forcv<^: 
by Cm 
ilameil 
faces. 

We will 
any case 



Hundred Dollii? : - 
1 . ..Miess. tcaused ■ ))\ . ,,- i 
tarrh) that cannot be cured by iinlls 
fnini-rh ("of- f^r-nd for cIrcularM, ''-■■■■ ' 
1 .1. CHKN'Ey & CO.. 



Black Suede Button Boots, 'liaiid wcIts. A.meri(:an iiiakr Rc^Milar ])rirc ,$6.50. <I* 1 H r* 
Sale Price . .. .;....'... , ! ..$4. 1 O 

Patent GoltSj^ button and. lace, suede and cravenette toj^s. Kc^iihir .values tip tf' tf»*> Or* 

$5.50. SiiTc Pi-ice _^. ....'. .......; ,.. : ? . .«p«S,00 

, ■ - . . ■, ■ ■ \ - 

Patent and Tan Oxfords, calf and kid. Kcojtitar .S4.01). tf^O 1 U^ 

, Sale Price . , .«pi^« 1 *3 

400 Pairs Misses' Shoes in tan and black. Si;^c> 11 tn ;;. C* t ^ F* 

Sale Price .] ' . . . $ 1 .^J t> 

150 Pairs Ladies' Kid Oxforfls, patent tops. it 1 1 A: 

Sale Price' '......_ ' ... tj) 1 , i Ij 

-■: GENTLEMEN'S ' 



Patent Colt Bluchers, wchcd. Rt^i^ni'-T S3.00. 
Sale Price 

Box Calf, VicTKicl and Tan. Rct^nlar $5.00. 
Sale Price 



•* (r-ij. •r ■, pn.4 



Men's Bdx Calf, Vici Kid and Tan Calf Bluchers. Rco;ular \nluc-^ Up tn ."^5.50. f>i r^ 
Sale Price 



^9 Qt:; 



YOUNG GENERATION 



400 Pairs of Boys' School Shoes. Sizes, i to 5. 
Sale IVicc ••• .• ...'... 

400 Pairs Youths' School Shoes. Sizes 11 t(» 13. 
-. Sale Price ...;.. 



Little Gents' School Shoes. Siz^s 8 u.> i" ,. 

Sale Prici . . . W;^--. 

500, Pairs Children's Shoes. Sizes 8 to lo^^* 

Sale Price , i..r. ...,;.:.... 



$1 6^1 
$1.30 

$1.20 



McCandiess Bros. & Ca 




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555 JOHNSON STREET, VICTORIA, B.C. 



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tion, 



THE COLONIST HAS ALL THE iNEVV 



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7 



VICTORIA DAILY COLONIST 



Tu«sd«y, August 23, 1910. 



XCbe Colonist 



Kb* Oolottiat PTiutlnff and PabUablnf 

Company, Iilmlted tlablUty. 

iail-iai5 Broiid St., Victoria. B. O. 

J. S. H. Matson. 

The [Tariy Colonist 

50 cents P«r 

BO cents per 
intli of ouclx 
to any Piirt 
of Cuiiada. oxpcpt '""<> c'ly «"" suburban 
dlstrlctH, which ai-o covered by 'our car- 
rlere, or the United KiiiBdoui at the 
following rutes: 

Ono year Ji"' "0 

Six MoiUlis -. .....>. 2 5(> 

Three Months I'^a 

Iiondon Office, 90 - 93 Fleet Stre»t. 



ppllvered by carrier at 
month, If paid jn advance 
month If iialil at'ler the 
inontl;. Mailed, postpaid. 



Tuesday, August 23, 1910. 



THE FALL FAIR 

Thi- lil'tii'lh l'r..vi!M m': r:.,' i'i 
1,0 li,.M i!i 111.' . it>' iiii l.r i!. 
oC tlic 1'.. 1'. A-;i-iriill ur;il .' 

will., be openeil on S' iiI'ihIm ■ 
be closed on Oot'iivi- i. i:;!pi. 
close on Sci'i '-in' i. r ! 1 1! ■■.' 
with lhi> c'xliil>itlon 
horse ylto.w on P >]'* 
and October 1st. i 
noon progranini' 
front of tho frrnn . 



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ilil'l'lCUlt.N II 

nutiiont I ' 

1 SNL'. t!i- ■ ■ 

cib'ics 1 • . -I 
s'trcitts !■: I'u! 



Ing pror 
building, 
for the i 
sociation 
the lorrii 
140 HJiRfs 



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ii' 111 
•vcn- 
siiow 



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<\,U 



H At' . 



n.l 

hur: 
art oi'i'cred 
s. The as- 

,rize Hat In 
liooklet of 
nay be ob- 
vicorgc Sang- 



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tained by addnssniK 

ster, aec'retary treasurot-, whose addressi. 

is V'iitiitia. 

Inspection of the prize Hat Indicates 
thftt. the I'NiilMtinn and horse show- 
may be expected - to be of exceptional 
interest. Ever>'thlng of course depends 
■upon the J. a!. It.-. The management may 
lay their plans with every care, but 
if tlio^-e \vliV) can make -exhlbtta fail 
t,) u • ind if the pifblic will not 

txtiiul ij.eir patronage, success will be 
inipi>ssible. 

We have, not seen in a long time 
anything like as goood an exhibition 
as c)uid be gathered together in this 
city if the people would only take a 
lively interest in making it a success. 
It is quite ttuB that to get up ane'x- 
hiiiit a good "deal of trouble must be 
taken, -snO—there may be some, -w-ho, 
thinking only of the monetary reward, 
may conclude it iB not. worth while. To 
sm-h,4)eople' w6 '9^. tlW*; '«^: ise'rise ot 
tmblic duty ought to Ibtld them to do 
their best to make the show a awccess 
in ever'y way. - . , ' 

The attendance at the exhJrol*|pBA*1» 
iM\-(.r what it ought to l)e. Last year 
iso given ■ for the r^tlvely 

;; ^.ue ■ receipts was that th^ 60- 

tlay horse raees Interterfid. Thete la nO' 
such excuse noWj and it is to be hoped 
that the;. general i^ublio^vttt-tsrtee oc- 
Casiun t..' ),Htronize,.. the shqif Very 
much more generously thalti they have 
been in the habit of doing in the past. 
The gentlemen, who constitute the 
executive of the, association, give up a 
great deal o? their time to It, and their 
enorts ought to. evoke a determination 
on the part of the. cUlzens gencrnDy 
til make the show a success. We can-' 
not go on defilittely running these ex- 
hibitions at a loss ^.nd it will be very 
dtacredUable. to the cHy if they have 
to be abandoned , for lack off public^ 
jjajtronage.' The Colonist JhiOpes that thla 
year tho^e, who could be pXhlTritors If 
they wish, and those, who could at^ 
t^end If they .choose, will unite in an 
effort to make the exhibition and horse 
show the greatest success in the his- 
tiwry of the association. 

EARL SPENCER. 

J. Poynte Spencer, fifth Earl Spen- 
cer, died in London on the 13th Inst. 
Lord Roeebery described him as 
"Hayardsaii sans peur et san.^ re- 
jiroche." He is one of the last of the 
a reat vvWfri-iieePif '-iwa -whwtt tW* U 
.-lid the «crpii—af history fleeras to 
reii back and the e.veJits of centur- 
; ^ seem- laid before us. The great 
\\ liis: peenti played a part In the de- 
vvnimieht of popular g'ovempiftnt in 
Kiii ' 'iiirpassfd by none. .. They 
ft' :■.<■■ !-ii<iii:frchy, Ijut tliey held 

ke, that kings 

■ ■1 power for the 

; heir tcaurc oi! of- 

iii.i •>\.is lU'iu'ndent lipon the truinncr 

ill V. Vih that trust was dischargtid. 

arl Was a man. of wealth 

.mil 'iiie of the leadln-g^ landed pro- 

prletrtrs of the klnprdom; hot he do- 

voteil ' 



father rai'sed him ^o the peerage, and 
the elevation brought with It the ap- 

iiulnimcnts of Groom of the Style to 
llio Prince CV^nsort and afterwards 
to the then Prince of Wales, now the 
King. He received tlio Garter 111 
IStiS, and was In those days better 
known ua a great favorite at Court 
and a famous muster of hounds thar» 
UK a statesman. As chairman of thc> 
Nutiouul Rifle Assoclatloiuj he did 
liiui'h to forward and make poijula;- 
the voUinteer movement then in its 
infancy. , ig' 

It \\a.s not .'until the advent to of- 
I'iee y,{ Mr. Gladstone . in 1868 thai 
Karl .Spencer's turn came. He was 
only thirty -five years of age, but- he 
was appointed I.ord-Lj.euLcnant of- 
Ireland, ajid held the post until the 
Tail iiC the Gliitdatone Oovcrnment, in 
ISTI. Six -years later came the col- 
, lap.se oi: Lord BeaconfieUl's mhnstryiii 
uni.l 12ivrl Spencer was made Mini.ster 
of AKi'icnltui-o and Lord I'realdeut of 
the t'ovmcil. Two years later the cri- 
sis came that proved his mettle, and 
deinonstrated his ability as a great 
;:nnil7Tr!iTntlm='TnTi'7.rmir.'i'sn'.'in of grit. 
I'lmruge and resource, 

The atrocious assassinau-oi of l.ord 
Frederick Oavi I'dissii ami <li lo.il>- 
left the Lo(k,l-LieuienHi,u y oi Iniaiul 
\a.aiil once more, and A'ir. Gladstone 

it l.ii'-d Spencer back to Dublin 
' M ',\ ' -; a supreme proof '! 

<■'.:■• in his al)illt\-, ami- he ' 

' .■ ; u, i! It. 11.' w :i'< >-o|, 
, ., 1 I .U w liirh .xr-. i|. .1 

I ilau.^er ill. It '•( 11. i\ 
: of Iri>Uuiii It ^^ i> 

if terror. The Jii'.-ii,i- 
ith knives about the 
lin. Discontent liiul 
a*i«*» In ili<- rinks of the Royal Irish 
Constabuliiry, and a dangerous nui- 
liny broke out In, the metro i>o^lU4 in 
force. Over more th.m half the coun- 
try the demoralization of every class 
the terror, the hatred, the universal 
distrust, had grown and developed to 
an Incredible extent. The moral cow- 
ardice of what ought -to lioiie. been 
the governing class was astounding. 
The agents "of the law were shaken 
in their dut.v. The power of random 
arrest and detention under the Corr- 
clon Act of 1881 had not Im- 
proved the morale of~«41ie magl.'^trates 
and the police. The very foundations 
of the whole social jCflf^brlii pf Ireland 
were rocking. 

Eatr .Spencer showed hlriiself In 
every way equal to his tremendous 
task. The stortn thbt r»ged around 
him was terrible, but he never quailed 
before it, and his strong and steady 
administration .saved the situation. 
His experience In Ireland convinced 
him that Home Rule was necessary. 
although it was' with sokie reluctance 
that he agreed 4o accept ^r. Glad- 
stone's view* on . this subject. 

Earl Spencer became F'lrst Lord of 
the Admirallty in Mr. Gladstone's' 
ministry formed in 1892,, and he was 
able to Imiiress upon Tils elilef, al- 
though oiily with aifi the n«^ 

cesslty in adop^ng a t^trong naval 
policy. ""Indeed he it \yas who laid the 
foundation pt the present naval pollcj! 
and. it was to Hla untieing efforts that 
the supremacy of the United King- 
dom on the seas was made secure. 
He remii.lnedj ,a^t tlj£ .hetyi pt, the^ Ad- 
mits If Sr^aurtng the~ilOBebery admin- 
iBtratl on an d later accepted- the posi- 
tion of Liberal Leader^ In the ^ou»e 
of Lords, it Is said of .him: 
: A nobtemnnr a statesrriah, and an 
English gentleman— in theae..__5vo.tds 
may- be sumnjed up all his jcreed, all 
his personality, all his character. He 
did his duiEy fearlessly before GAd and 
man; he gdve England only of hiiis 
best; and .his natrw! will endure long 
after he has gone down Into silence 
as the namp of one' who faithfully 
served, his cfountry and his Queen, who 
left hehind him the record of a,' spot-- 
jess reputation, whose watt-hward was 
duty, and whose honor was his bond. 

The loss by (Ire In the United States 
and Canada last year Is estimated at 
$1:J6,i[)76,800. This la a v^aat sum and 
In tnost ca*e8 the .losa might hkve been 
prevented by the exerciBe of oMiAary 
care. 



ORAND TBUD/k OFFICIALS 

ARE VISITIMG COAST 



(Continued from Paije J.) 



It Is said that the Chinese are de 
daring ah extensive boycott on goods 
from the United Etates. As this Is 
hot a step on the part of the govern- 
ment but, only onfr -ta1CETr-hy~lhdlYidu- 
Hls, we do not see what can be done 
about It.- 



Tbe proceedings against the proprie- 
tor and fdlt<f^- In -chief on-ftre-Londdn 
Dally ''Chrt)hlcle<"f>r contempt of court 
in charging Dr. Crlppcn with the mur- 
der of his wife will be watched with a 
very great deal of Iriterest , In the 
United States Crlppen wouldTiave been 
tried and founc\ guilty 'by the -Htews- 
papera ,iong ago. It would not follow 
that- he- wo"uId ever be punished for 
the crime with which he~ Is charged. 





•ked 


in 


ti 'inaii uitn iwis vsay to 


the 


world thtm hi one of 



■There at-ie many strange, things In 
.romance, biit the story of, the Ardh- 
duke, j;ohan,Salvator, of Austria, if, ^ as 
some of hl8-€r4«nd« believe It to be 
true. Surpasses anything of which the 
writers, of fiction have Invented. 
Twenty years ago the Archduke, who 
If living la the, heir to the throne of 
■Austria, disappeared. He 111 known to 
iv^gohe to Sotith. America i^nd the 
iKJrally acccjjted story is that he 
was drowned In the sailing stilp Sani.a 
iMargherltu. Many members of Euro- 
pean royalty bell-cvc he Is alive, and the 
Intfflt to avow an oidnlon on that point 
's thi-' r^rlnccs-s; Louisa, of Pi^lglum. 



assistant -secretary/ J no. ^%\ Loud, 
freight tratlic manager, W, K. Davis. 
pasMenger tral'tli- maiuiKer; J. 10. Wal- 
rymple, assisiant fi-eiK'hJ^ 'irufi'u;. man-, 
Hgin-; Jumes Caruthers. i\i.(>ntroal; iJ. 
Alex, Hutchison, chief medical otilcer; 
L). E: Galloway, secretary to presi- 
dent; N. KiiK'jella. secretary to vice- 
president and general manager; A. S. 
Loucka. Hecrelary to freight, trafflc, 
niiinager; \'ivlan I'ayne. .-isslsttint scc-.| 
ret.-iry to the lu-csiilenl. '; 

Shipment of Prairie Grain 
"The inspection of tlio braiicli linn 
running north irom Port Arthur ami 
the main line west to Edmonion -.ni"; 
very satisfactory," said Mr. ll.i,v.'*. 'In 
the" prairies iirovlnces thoustinds oC 
settlers toi>k up lands adju'cenl to our . 
railway this year, ami thi.s tall U\r the 
tlrst, time grain will be shipiieddirect 
to Port 'Ar'thu.r. Althoirgh- It na- 

ture to hazard aii estimate, .ill 

probably handle a larKcr xoimiiu' ..i' 
I grain than last year, wheri the dgiir.'- 
aiiproxlmatcil ahij-at ei;.rht niillion 
bushels. 

"I 'onslruction operati.uiH on the eeiast 
■ Mon and the rmid west of Edmonton 
,,i. h:nni:erejj. -l>.v-»car<'ity of l;.!".'- W ■- 
.111- n..\\ ii|ieriiting a train , . , • t-. 
lud.son, a. point 120 miles v.. i 1 

monton. In all probabilit.\- I'n i '" 
mile gajj between Tete Jaune r.nie-,, 
on this sldi : i Itogkies and Aldur-.i 
mere in Bn'. ■ . illey will be placed | 
under tonti.i fall. Chief lCnt;in.er i 

Keiloher an. .i v. Stewart, a rall\v.i.\ 
Contractor, arti now on their way to . 
Prince liupert from Vtdlowhead Pass. ; 
We exjieit til meet them at Prince Itu- | 

I^ert. . -■-' " 

Labor Shortage Hampers ! 

"There is no doubt th.,-;! lite' shortage'^; 
in. the labor market -erious ob-°j 

stacle to rushlhg tie . - mdertaking. | 
Unless conditions iiuprovo — and I j 
si>eak con.servatively — ^^I don't see how \ 
.the main line can be Hniiihed before 
the end of 1913. However, my more 
optimistic friend, Mr. Chamberlln, be- 
lieves that *the road will bo comjilet- 
ed in 191:;,"-. added Mr. Hays, lurniu;^ 
to the general manager. •'There la no 
doubt that the labor market is not 
oversupplled. Why we, could Hnd work 
for live thousand additional men on 
Aialn.Jliie and branch lines. Of the last 
we have llvo hundred miles on the 
prairie.^ under contract," commented 
Mr. Ch;ind)erlln. 

"We win not undertake the building i 
of a branch line into Vnncouver-r-mueli 
tia we woubi Itkcrto-come -smith-'-^tmtii- 
we shall have ilnlshed the, main line. 
At present we have In the Held two 
parties, engaged in-inaklng a' . recpnr 
nalssance. prellmihary to determining 
the most advantageous route. One out- 
fit Is working south from a i/olnt In 
the vicinity of Fort George, the other 
being engaged in looking, over the 
country extending north from Lytto" 
at the jungtlon of the Fra.ser and 
Thonipson rivers, a point on the Can- 
adian Pacific railway. This leaves the 
question of the route Into Vancouver 
in abeyance, 'f here Is no hurry about 
the matter. We want ample time to I 
study the whole^roblem of prodpcttve ! 
territory arid low grades," resumed { 
the president. "We have not purchased 
or optii.ined any terminal .site of- water- , 
frontage in Vahcdarer or*%rlTirty'; nor I 
dtj we contemplate doing so at present. • 
We are told that there are" seyerai ai- 1 
ternrltlve' routes Into this city. , It Is ! 
guess work until the engineers report.' 
Of course, if we wanted to oblige real j 
estate men we could take them Into ; 
our confidence and tell them our plans, 
■ft'hlch by the way are not formulated ; 
yet, Then Tve would earn their undying ! 
gratitude becaUstt they, would be en- i 
abled to securcadXacent lots and mark > 
up prices three or four hundred per j 
ceat." smilingly added Mr. Hays. 

"I am glad that the city hiis made ; 
provdsfph for ptDvldlng terminals In! 
the bed of False Creek, for other roads } 
that may wish -to enter,yojur city, 'i'his 
Is ii^uite satisfactory to us. I \vas glad 
that the city council has entered Into 
an agreement with the Great Northern 
respecting False Creek," he observed 
more serlbusly after a moment's pause. 
Good Progress 
"They physical c<>nditlon of thi? road 
from Port Arthur to Edmonton Is ex- 
cellent. A wonderful transformation has 
taken place since ray last visit three 
years ago. Then the rails were only 
laid west of Winnipeg-4o^ the -enet-t»f- 
the first division, while today numer- 
ous towns have sprung up, some of 
them ranging from 500 to 1500 in i 
population; along the line to the capl- ' 
tal of Alberta. Thousands of settlers I 
have also Invaded the region tributary j 
to our tracks, and are well and i)ros- -l 
perous: While the crop will not equal • 
last year's the farmers have not. done i 
badly. This Is especially the case in i 
Northern Alberta," a.iid A.«tW. Smith- | 
ers, of London, chairman of , the- board | 
of the Grand TJ-unk Pacific. "It is un- : 
fortunate that t,he cryjng heed Is la- I 
bor for construction work.. I doii't ace J 
how conditions =ivre going to be rcmedl- 1 
ed either. On the homeward trip we 
will inspect the completed portion of 
the line from Edmonton west tp Ed-.; 
son, a distance of 120 miles. i 

"The Dominion never stood higher In 
the estimate pf the BrUlsh inveHting 
jiublic than at pre.sent. "There la no ■ 
difficulty In .securing money tl! the; 
pro)iosltion has any inerlt. During the I 
Iiast year we have been liiFg^-^^^rrow- \ 
ers for railway pun>oses, the rale } 
averaging four per. cent. The progress ! 
of Western Canada has made, a gretit | 
Impression in the British Isles; Three . 
years ago I saw Prince Rupert_a linm- j 
let .with 300 people, and this week M 
shall inspect' a thriving city >vlth a I 
prosperous popdlation of 'four !thou- j 
.sand. That alone auguifB, jnf^lj tpi; the 
future." ^ — - ; '.>; .' ._ 

An expert oidnlon on the crbri sttua'- 
tioii was secured li'om James, C.arru 111- 1 
ers,'T)n?rffTTfrra'tr — '-Mr'. CarMltherjrtor ! 
years ha's been' the largest griidn ex- 
porter ill the Dominion.- He la known 
,i:, the "Canadian Pattifcn," probably 



"t! .: 

hi.s 



lifl 

lifi 



re..-lil-: 



liiiteri- 



r.-tn 



liic pla.-e .if his 
lie no Pmi^f r has 



li,-.. 
(', 

the 

fi. . 



prairie 

iiii'lii,: 



'•■■•e grain yearly than the 

liati)!-."'" • ■ 

that the wheat *nff»p In 
pro\ iiu'cs will total eighty- 

i..e-l',.i- as i-omiiared with 
,vear. This J-v 

Hie (!ii-f.«.h.T 



Jlfe rcall7.. 
English gi : 
full title. 
Earl. Knl. 

Councilor, L). e , i... i, i, i > , , 
Spen-cor, Viscunnl. .Mtli'iri,), i. 
■Lieutenant of Xorthamptoashire ami 
lieejifijr of the Privy Seal Of the Duke 
pf Cornwall owiier of twenty-seven 
thousitnd aicres of land and two oi 
the noblest palaces in Britain-— Spen- 
ver House In London and Althorp 
Hall in Northamptonshire ranked 
among the. noblest of the land. ani.T. 
lii.s early life was spent on mucth the 
sHtne lines a's that of ihost of thei 
.scions of the aristocracy. I3orn on. 
I p. I. 27. lS.sr>~nnd therefore liavlngi 
comi)loted just the allotted span~--he, 



.•i."th 



, |- j W I i I tell 



at Cambrldgi\ and eventunffy, on at- 
laliiing his majority, in .1K.">6, was 
fleeted miMnber "f pni-Iianient f'.r 
South Northairudoiialiire. irt the 
aain6 year the sudden dau^lh of his 



11, , . : . ■ I . , ■ . I , - 

: the I liingari:i 11 iirin.v. i lie i-.iii- 

hud already deprived him of his 
jnilllary authority. "I want no money.' 
he' said to the Crown Prin< e at lunch 
that day wheri tin Ian. r iniimated 
that he might yet regain th*- imjierliil 
favor. There wasjrt.oj;^on'i for si firlnce 
with his Ideas in .\u.stilii. and In. 
spoke to us of tie' new life vvhii-h brt 



was educated , first at Hnrr()w, the.a__\^l.shed to create for hlm.scir in another 



part of the world. ll<' wished to live 
and to think freel;.. .Neither niv stgter 
Steidianie u.ir m> self ever saw lilni 

Hgiiln." 



■;,■ tiiiii, ' : . 

lil.S." sai.l >l: 1,11. - 

"The tarnur will not 
money ns last y»ar, bee i. i 

larger crop then than this acaHon, and 
also secured good prices. There nniy he 
an advance In pr{ces, b.iit it will not 
offset the shortage. However, the sit- 
uation is by no menn.oi serious." 

Sir George Doughty, .a member. of 
the party, Is member of parllnmcnl 
for Hull, the centre of the great flsh-^ 
Ing Industry. In which he Is heavily 
Intei-e.sted. lie l.s also an advanced 
Gtiamherlnln t.Trirf refurmer. (1. I!. 
Hunter is also the guest of 'Preaidonl 
Hays. Mr. Hunter is a nieml)er of the 
.shipbtiilding tlrnr of Messrs, Swan and 
Hunter, Wlgliam Riehardsr/n. of Xow- 
(■!istle-uTi-T.\ ne, n.l:-< lifm li.lilt the 
Prince Rupert and Pflnce Geoijio. 



3m 



New Ideas in 
FURNITUKE 
Are shown here 




TOURISTS! 

Don't Miss what 
this Store Offers 



Fall 




t* est 

lu'--v' 1111 



( !r;i[KTK'S 
cri,';it ii iii-^ 

; 1 11 ( 



Arc Arriving— Come and Sec tlie Display 

Come in and see thesse now- 



ri,-i\c' 1 

i:i i'kci 1 



irt' .'irnvinL;- 
I'or I''all iy<. 
rrcci \'t'; 
rc;itl\ 



I In.n .sliipnu'iit wii! ln' rc'idy iKiiKirrow. 

h I'l-din ilu' Wmid'^ i'a-.li ion centres. 
;i -^llc•(.•la'l!\ larm' sliiimi cut fliix'C.t from, .^Lonikm, .,_an.d we expect to have 
ii.r \tju li'iiicri.iw . 'IMicse arc "pefSO'nk'liy'":" Selected goods — chosen .from 



ih. 



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1, 



li I ; 1 1 1 ! 1 c 

im.'iii 1 i:ai c- l ''nl'. 

Summer cm 

sea.son. Til I- re's 

cBoosinj;' '• li-'i'i li; 



lari;c-l 
"w I irt li 

,1 1 ic- -a ill 

11' I 1-tC, 

hi new 



houses 
w liilc." 



oili-'ri,'<l 



^■ul^ll find the very newest ideas included and an assort- 



(hapcries will soon have to give place to "warmer"^ffects for the Winter 
|)Ku;c In satisfy youn-want.sJthan right he-re^nd no better time to do the 



-^ 



Le t ns help-yo u . 



New Fall Ideas in. Furniture Coverings 

Even in furniture coverings, there's a change in color^and pattern with the seasons. We have 
just riceived a big shipment of very attractive furiture coverings suitable for Kail and Winter, use. 

If you have .some parlor or other upholstered furniture that looks a "little the worse for wear," 
bring it along and let us nmke it lonklike new through the skilled__use o f some of these new cover- 
ings There is agreat choice in both pattern and color, and you can secure something to match the 

other furnishings. j ^r i 

Then we have a large staff of skilled workmen ready to execute your orders, iry a saTnple 



piece. 



Your Fall Carpet Is Ready 



It.'s not a bit tti .early to think of Fall amh^^inter Carpets, and that'.s why we take this -opportunity of telling 
you that yottr Fall carpet is ready f<^ you hiere. • , ,„ 

Gam hi ana &ee our magnificent range of carpets and squares suitable for Fall and W inter decorations. ^ ou 11 
Tindan^ccS^t raiige of.beautiful patterns, ^nd you'll find the 5ame reliable \\ eiler Quality that has built an ever^ 

increasinc carpet business for tliis store. , • ,,111 i ,.u 

You'll find the reason for our big carpet business when you see the splendid stocks— you 11 also learn why. these 



prices never need changing.^ 

Tapestry Carpets from, per yard 75< 

Ingrain Carpets from, per yanl • -^^^ 

Brussels Carpets from, per yard : .85^ 

These -prices are. carpets made and laid by experienced men 



Velvet Carpets frorri, per yard • $1.50 

Axminster Carpets from, per yard .$1.90 

Wilton Carpets from, per yard .$1.90 



Broad Choice In Each of These Lines 



Ingrain Squares from $29.00 to ... 
Tapestry Squares frpm $26.00 to . . 1 
Bruis^S^ft Squares from. $42.00 tp . . . 
Axminster Squares from $65.00 to 



. . .it!i'>.«>(> 
. .^Itj.OO 

. .S18.75 



Wilton Squares, from $48.50 to ... .-. 
Velvet Squares from',$42.oo to ... . . 
Smyrna Rugs from $55.00 to . . .-. . . . 
Genuine Oriental Rugs— ^All prices. 



?27.00 

^24.00 

$30.00 




isgs Made to Your Order 



E\'EN with- the great choi.ce of patterns, colorings-attd sizes made and offered in many kind^ of 
rngs, it, is impossible sometimes to suit your fancy as to colorand pattern, and sometinu > hard 
to get a size to suit your room. " 

' If you wish something distinctive foryoty home, let us discuss the matter cf a Doncgal—hand- 
tiifted— Rug to your order. There is. nothing better in qu?ilitythan the.se famous rugs, and you may 
satisfy any ctesire as to color or design. This factory will make any size and any paiiern using co1,hs 
of your own selection. . • 

' They'll prepare a design for any scheme of decoration, or yon may have your .architfri <\n iht; 
desighin.g. In cither case' we guarantee you something unusual and— .something praciically inde- 
structible. J 11 •' ' ' 
We arc s(de X'ictoria agents— come in arid see samples and talk It over. 



■""~~ Illniierwarc - A Special Feature Here; 

i'nv ~>(,mc years a .special icature of the china store has bcgn the splendid show.ing of dinnerware. TKis 
year's offcring.s in dinnerware are even better than any previous attempts of otirs, and the displ.iy ,s larger and 
better than an V offered bv anji- other Western store. ^ 

-- "We want you toc^me in and see almost a hundred different dinncrwan;4*a<.*?rns in china and ..cnu-porcc am. 
The -Ihintfest of patterns urt the bcM quality ware, and prirod at .urpns,n,.,d.v fair U^mv^. N-. tnuiblc to show 
you these— so come in today. , ^ ■ «- -a 

See the 97 Piece Sets, priced from ^7^0 

We have just adoled a splendid new pattern in n„r ••..pcn-.st.icks"-a pretty pink bridal rose pimern, on the 
-tif Austrian china. This is going'.to be a favorite— come and .-ec 11. 



. best^t 



^ ■• - See What the FiirnlfiiFr Store 

New piepes are being added, to the furniture stock almost daily, and you .shouhln't.laiLto see 
what^fhe furniture store offtts.^^^^^ ^ ^^^^.^^ f_.,in,r. th.t is built riffht-macic y-o.,i best materi- 

iere;_ iCspecially will you do 
>ked elsewhere for veryor- 



what^the turniture store oners. ■ , -i.. • u* 

l%u appreciate the advantages of. having, furniture that ,s btii.lt right 
als 4uh workntanship and finish the best-you Hnakeyom;purch.^ 
so When vou learn that the prices hei^e compare fav.rablv xMth those ask( 



so Wiieii 
dinai-v furniture. 



On the- home's cdmplete furnishing you'll saye nioney by 
advantage of "quabty" furnishings. Try it. 



buying here, and you'll have the added 



Oui-ol-Towii Orders Shipped Fr ee 

Out-of^town. folks-are again rcmindecj that we make no charge for pflcking- 
aiid shinnintr their orders-all prices being f.o.b train or boat here. 

rWt hesitate to send us your orders for china and glassware from your 
counirv home. -Hatchings for set^-or^other needs, the selection of which you 
'rrcnnfidently leave to u^. will have most careful at^tent^. Ju^st give us a 
i.ric« limit «nd'a general description. •, ' , • > ro 1 - vi' 

' \o mattc^^ what the distance .and no matter what the size of the order, the 
j,,ii king will cnsurcsafe carriage. ■' ■ . j 

Try us. with a' sample order 



There is , no better 
place to purchase a 
Wedding Gift. Hun- 
dreds of Suitable Gift 
Things offered. 



Out-of-Town 

Orders 

Packed and 

Shipped Free 




li 



•55 



Ladies' 

Use Our 

Rc«t 

Room 



FAMED l-'OR FINE FURNITURE 



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Tuesday, August 23rrT9ra 



VICTORIA DAILY C^OLONIST 



Latest 
Arrivals 



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Montelius Piano 



House 



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am VI 111' iiaii\' . 



MONTELIUS 

PIANO HOUSE, LTD. 

1 104 Government Street 
C' inuT l''i irt Tel: 44 

B. P GREENE 
Manager Victoria House 



SOCIAL AND PERSONAL 



iMlsa i 'I'lor iunl Mrs. McVlUif fnnn 
<'algi.u.s_iU'A,' \lsiiing 111 \'ictorl«. 



Mr». K. ?:. FSlaikwoofl nnvl Aliss 
Vivn liliickwooil left > eMtfni:i.\ oil a 
fii.irt visit to Seattle. 



.Mr. J. .\I. Savage Iflt yo.stcrdav via 
tlie <".!'. H. oil a busUieiit; Irii) i" Tu- 
riiiilo. / 



.\1r. A. .Utv Is is iiinong ilif many 
Ktisli.-:li \ Isilurs now in town. 

'' " ' i .Mrs?, i". l''iL/,gjlilion, lit iliiH t!ity,"ro- 

aiul .Mrs. .Toss iru.n '^ ft'H'>ni vc-r, 1 ^ ^^^._^,,_j ^,^ .j^^_, ^,^^^. y,.„,,.,.aay from th'c 

'J'' ,'" '"^^"- ! 'IVrnilnal' City on tlip « -liariotte. 

.Ml-. •;. CraliatTic iiuiii Sluvvart 1.'* 

"'"■'"""« ■' i'-^^,'l^'N^i" "^-^ '-'l^- ,,...,.j:^tt,dK.d l.er. yV^^toUlay after ;^i,en<li,ig 

.Mrs, !•;. I'. Wi-licr ^vas fi \veok i-ml 



iMr. 

'pi'nt till' wrc 



i vi.'iil'M' 111 iiiwn :ii-MU ^i-iiiil''. 

1 

VMM t 

I . iMr. J. iC. l^auglvy went /vi-r to \uii- 
"•■convor Irist nl3::'U nn tho : •li«.irnicr. 



X.V;ti„dK'd lierf yo,,stoTda,y after ispendi 
:i v\ ei'k or si) at tlio 'I'erni'ina/ Cit.v. 



.Mrs. Jcilin llaggcrty loll 
I'harlotto Sunday t'or ac.itU' 
!-lii' will stpcnd 'a .few da,>s. 



.\li I'll I lilli - 1. II last niglU I'll .1 I .Mrs. 
111'.- ir.i .-'s lri|i I'l \",ijii uii\ (a-, i,L,ii.';-,i 



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IM:-U'llOr l.s \isil:hK II 



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where 



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.Mr. r-anil .Mi 
I niniorin.tf u 



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.\he 



Ml-, 1;. r ill li.uu, of Vancouxci 1. 
>'siiiii- with X'lctiirla friends. 

• * •' . . 

.Ml .v. S. iJoodevl»rt>r"Rossliincl, and 
.li.- 'hiodeve, arc visiting the cQafii, . 

w « ■♦ 

iM I r. Patterson from Vancouver 
I.S a \ isitor Ift the city. 

• • • 

.Mrs. Ba^mfylde Daniells is> un a \ isil 
' • (Joldstroam where she Is camping. 

.- ■"" * ♦ » * 

Dr. Balver lias retnrned to Van- 
iTuvor aft«r a .short liuUkiay VXSU here. 



-Mr. ,--^. iairii.il. \i li 
iiiK a vacation i- 
Kaiiilbops.' uci 

1;. e, hy-l.Mia..,!,. 



Palieil I 

. illle .Mis 





Ladies' and 

Fall 



Misses' New 
Coats 




CnrlB, Puffs, Braids and 

Transformatlon» In all 

Style* at 



MRS. KOSCHE'S HAlft. 

DRESSING PARLORS 
'Phone 1175 Douglas St. 



iMr. and Mrs. Hugh MitcheH and the 
Misses Mitchell, of Cumberland, are 
\ Isiting tl»e capital. 

■ • * .* " ' * 

Messrs. A. Orant and H. Thomps^Wtrj-'^^'* "'•'•*<-" 
of Ouml>erland,afe, among the visitors 
o' the day. 



If 



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Real Lace Shop 

1.1 i.i and insrrtion.'^ in white 

-eeiai. eiiffce, Idiuk and iioliffet* 

reilor.", frimi 20c to $5.00 yard. 

1214 Broad St. 






Madame Russell 

.•shampooing and 
Manicuring 



and all Klaiii^i of hair work made to 

order 
715 COUHTEWAY ST., fKONE 1836. 



JuBt ReceiTed a New Shlpxue&t of 

Crawford'^ Biitter 

Puff Biscuits 

., . ., \ ■• 

Have you tric^ a- packag-p" of 
ilveec ilieUcloMs^ Biscuits'? 'flify 
vv-iu .tfltffm .■jfimt-, pet" p»ckiMie. aob. 

PRESHRXINO PEACHES 

Wo can Bupply you wUlroholci^ 
Klberta Prcsfrx'lne ^eaijii^s, the 
finest Preserving .Peach yon tii- 

market. ' ""'■' ':' ■ ', . 

X<et ns hav* your ordttr. 



A. Pool, Grocery 



-ties Yateis St. 

TMiMti'i )l.^. 



Grocery-. 



Mir. ajid Mr» Hayter ^g gd nfgy etie^P 

spending the past few day* .iflt " ffSe 

UmpreBa. _ 

'.'..'■ I* « * ^i_ , 

Mr. and Mra. F. II. Godfriey. of A'an- 
couver, who have been summering at 
t^iifwnigan, ha,ve returned home. 
'•'•■• 

.Mr. and Mi-s. A. j. Kyle are vlsililng 
with Mr. and Mrs. Kyle, of Vancouver, 
at Ocean Park. 



.Mrs. < ii.rr-lliilDii ami lauid.* uC | 
\a rie.iii\ .r, are tlif Kviiists of Mrs. ','. 
• I. liJeKs.in, '.'-> .Mi'MTnes streot, audi 
VNill hr athiiiiii . riiursday nest. | 

Mrs. W. .J. Htapledim has rd^rned I 
heme after a month's visit ^^■il^l 
fi'tonds at I'rinco Rupert and Skeena| 
river polntJ*. - 

.Mr. tJemBe Watson, pt this 1 it. , 
went over to Seattle on the Priiuess 
t'harlottf em Sundav on a Imsine.-j.s 
trip. 



Mr. James W'eybrew and Mr. P. L*. 
Bannerman. left yesterday via th6 
•Vorthern Pacific 'on a trip to San 



Mrs. c. F. Gardiner and family have 
reiui-ned from their anmnier cottage. 



Mr. Gilbert G. I'rascr and hln bride 
(n«« Newby) are spending their honey- 
moon at Banff. 

,'■••• ' 

Hon. W. J. IJanna. iȴevincial sec- 
retary of Ontario, is expected to spend 

today in Victoria. 

■■-••--• 

MiSa "VVinona Ti;oup lias been visit- 
ing Vancouver friends during the pasi; 
week. 

• .*•■■ 



Shawnigan lake, and Tfriil be home to 
;rth'rtr frjends^after tiB| <tott of Bep- 

'tcri!"ber." •■:*- -•:;,'.t-- '"^ ... ' 

Mr. J. C. tt-atson. Miss Mary Wat- 
sun an<l Miss Kmina Wat.son Icilt ptM- 
the I'rincess Charlotte on Monday for 
;- brlrf visit' to Puget Sound. cltiM fttid 
Vancouver. • . •. 

» • ' * ' .■ 

Mrs. Wilson Snilth. of Seattle, who 
has been visiting in the city wltli !Brs, 
Ferris, Pandora avenue, ' retijvned 
home Sunday.....9n the Princess Char- 
lotte. 



Miss TiUun ,is visiting Vancutiver iS]'^^*!^ '^«", ^X'" ^*" on .the C.N. R 
:,._;i., .'u* ^_. „» ii*--- T»r 'c! o,.».^ r»mer Royal George on an extended 



friends, the guest of Mrs. W. S. But- 
tar. . ; '" ' 

■ . ■*'■; 't • 

Mi.ss l.ioi.'i Banjfleld of Vi, L..,r,a was 

a visitor In Victoria last week tor a 

fnw dPMJi- " , 

Mis* itazoi McKij»nzIe of Pehticton 

Is the guest «>f Mr<i. George M. Watt, 

la South Turner, . . 

• •' • 

! .Mr. M. P. Hayma'n and Mr. E. Dor- 
man are rec^ent arrivals In town from 
England and are giieffts at the Driard. 

• .'.1 .:••■♦■■ • • 

Mr. and Mrs; Gfahame w'ho have 
been sv>eridlng a fortnight In Seattle 
have r'eturned to town. 



A. D. 

im Edinburgh, Scotland, 
arc visitors 'In town. . 



Mis^ N. B. €al£n*, and Mlsa 
Johnston frfon 



[■ Mrs. MoBrlde will be hostess at a 
young Qgopl^'s dance on Wednesday 

next. 

• • • ■ 



i.Rev. R, Corrlgan and Mrs .Corrlgan 
frpirt" Westmoui^t, Quebec, are visitors 
at\the Balmoral., 



B. C. Cream "has ttnrriatural flavor." 
Now 10 Ccriits for large tin, at your 
grocers-. ' \ ■ • 



Sir Wilfrid's Compliments to the Ladies of Victoria- 

During his visit to Itit.s city., ."^ir Wilfrid l-avirler said that he had never 
spfn it town the size' of Victoria with as many beautiful 'women. Now 
ladles, keep ii|> S'Oiir reputation. R«*rnerrihcr. your 'hand« should l)e a 
Hurt (if yonn .beauty bk well as your face. A phone call w;lll hrinc 
MciUe. Edyth* (Manlcurlijt) at any hour of thft dfty. Phme I..-1l>'Si. 



YOU ARE THE MAN 

We Can Suit 
Toa'T 



We've the right kind of Suits at the riglit kind 
of prices. \ 

-We've Suits for the smart young dresser, v/ho 
wants every style kink that's going throwr^ into his 

.suit. ... , . ' -'^ .'/ . ..yy.'-v 

We've Suits in cdnservat ?< styles, such as the 
]M-ruti(:.)l man delight.s In w^ar.'- 

If you don't know just what you /want, you'll 




Mr. William Symons, of this city, 
who has been racing h*.s fast race 
hor.so with much succesB at the Van- 
couver exhibition, returned to the city 
yesterday on the Princess Charlotte. 
■,''..' ,. ...%.. .*■ «. .^ • , -.- 

Mr.^W.' ti. ^^rhatcott left last nlgiit 
vln the Northei-n Pacific for Montreal. : 



Our fii-st consignment of Ladies' and Misses' Coats have arrived, and are 6n display 
in our Ready to Wear Department. We invite your inspection of these garments before 

making your selection of a new Fall Coat. 

LADIES' CHEVIOT COATSrfitfHrtt«-tli. rmliiarv cellar. rnK.rs, ^rgy,:'gi^ecn. licathcr 
nii.xturc ami hiark .•■••' • • • • • < ♦>"-•;•• • ^H^i'^'^ 

LADIES'COATS OF BROADCLOTH, vclvd .-Mllars. lull Icng^iij iji nkvyfmdhhu-k. 
i'l-icc • ..T....';. '.7:..:..$ 14.^0 

LADIES' COATS OF BROADCLOTH, .semi-litled, military coUar-s, in navy, green an'd 
black .;..;,;^ .V .............'. $20.00 

LADIES' COATS of heavy twilled Cheviot Cloth, with miHtary coUar.s, in grey, green. 
heather mixture and black- ,. $20.00 

LADIES' SEMI-FITTED COATS, of tine Beaver Cloth, with inlaid velvet collar, jn 
navy and black • $22.JdO 

MISSES' COATS,-of good quality Cheviot Cloth., in heather mixtures:. $16.50 

rind ........ .e. . . ... tpX4:.t>0 

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find it In? re. if it: 



,ht for l'\all wear. 



allp:n & CO. 



FIT- REFORM WARDROBE 

I Ml Government Strt^et, Victori.i, B.C. 



ttlp to the old country. >■ 

• ' • • I 

.Mr.-*. W , II. Bush, who has been via- 1 
iling witli her son at Crofton, B. C, 
and Et>ending a few day.s In Victoria 
with frleitids, left yesterday on liii 
return to her home at Portland, ^0??. 

• * •' 
Jlr. f?. W.i' Peters, asMlsiam m tlie 

second vice-president of foe ('. P. H . 
who harg been In the city for the pa.«it 
fe\\ days on business, left la.st nignt 
on the Charmer., for. Vancouver, en 
route to Winnipeg; 

• Alderman Sarglsun, laccompauied b\ 
his sons. .\. E. -Sargison, of the Col- 
onist office. Reginald .'Sargison and 
George Sargison. left yesterday on iin 
automobile trip to Alberni and other 
island points. The party expect t' 
be away a Sveek. 

. • • • 

Miss Vera Corbould, of New 'Wtst- 
ndnster, sister of Mr^. E. O. S-Schbh'- 
field, of this clt>,.and A young l.idv 
very well known and much admired lii 
local society, is to be united in mar- 
riage at New Westminster on the 7tli ' 
prdxlmo, to Mr. Ardagh. 

.Mr. and Mrs. C. P. .Vllen, who have 
been /pending the svammer at Cow- 
khan lake In the bungalo'v of. Sir; 
litggert, have returned to the cit\ . 
and are guests at the T>allRs hotel 
Mr. i - iiid Mrti, Allen will bt^ I cav Tii- 
shortly for their home In Shangltai 
<'hina. ,-^- 

« • •. 

The marriag'e. will take place short- 
ly of Ma.ior ICrnest F. Kriox, Thirty - 
.^iTth ..Slkhf!, to 'Miss Pearl O'Meara 
daughter Of the late Rev. W. James I 
o'Meai-R, dean bf Ruperts Lapd. The* 
liridegroom is the; second son of, the : 
Hon. Sir George Knox, Judge of thi' : 
High Court of . AUahabad. India. 

; Ajnoflg: the week:cnd visitors from ] 
this cjiy at Vancouver were Mrs. 
Maysmltlj, Mr and Mi's! \y. Orunv ' 

j Mr.s. J. Calcy, Mrs. A. /Jackson, M.i'. T. 
t». Graham' Miss Foot, Mrs. ,R. A, 

] Pc.iwer. jMI^s N'eVille. Mli^s S. Kayntuti. 

j Miss F. C, Edwards, MIhs llendrv. Miss 
M. Blake. Miss M. Er'sklne. • Mr. ami 
Airs. A. J. Kyle, Mr. W. A. Lawson, 
Mr, . J. H. Bropiley and Mrs. R. \\ 
Jnnlon. 

• • • 

"' TTceeru \ isiior.s . from the . nelglibia 
tity of Vancouver have tnclud'ed Mr 
ittJd Mrs. Geo.- l-t MaTdonatd.Mr. ..1 , 
.\. Chri.xtie, Mr. John F. I-,anghum. Mi-. 
JI. J; Cainbic, Miss; Camhif . Mr. .\, |{ 
Green. Mr. AlV6~""Voii Ah .•.ni^iehen. 
JllSfi \V. B. Rourke, ^Vlr.VV . K. ^\ lute 
miite, ' Mr. U W. Shctford, Mr. K. 1). 
Fra^lc|.^, Mr., and Mrs. T. I.. (.'onwaN . 
Mr. J., B. Kerr,: Mr. F. Waring, Mr. 
Ilugh n. Gllmour, Mr. J-'. Arnold, .\li 
W. Tr-MTrThT?TVT— Wf, jiiml Mrs. H. t 
Wood, Mr. and .Mrs. J. ,f. (.>'Brien. I' 
J. J. Thonip.«?ein, .Mt. .1. c. <!ilH,«. a 
'" "' '" Mr. ;iiid .Mrs V\'. S. ( liii - 

lii .Mrs. S. .M.I. Inl.\ re. Mr. 

! i.j.-L^, i^,_ji^,.u . ,, i i. ,; ||,| i^i, 
wi'pr Rogers. ' ^ i ,. r i. ,., , 

• 111. .M IS'-. Shirh-i I a. 1, . 
I 'iish. ,M li^ ■ \ S l.'il 





^wmijfli^ 



1123, 1125 and 1127 Government Street 



Latest Ideas in High 
class exclusive Millinery. 

Dent's Gloves. 
Morlsy's Hosiery. 
Dr. Delmel's Linen Mssh 
Underwear. 



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tiie -r 



iinii ;ii\\ii\.s ,s.;ein,s lo .^ ,, ,, 

towards umpires aUil , 

ftas Iho pivotal-'poifti 
nio.'si reniarkable pla> s 
on a hall Held. .in one i.i m.. ti i 
Giant-Ciih games. .Meyer.s was 
third and HnodKraH.«) on (ii:^t, with oiil\ 
one out in the third inning. Neither 
team had .scored, ruui it looked' a^ 
ihoii«li the one to %>^X the "Jump" 
\roiild win the game. • ^ 




, Boys' 
Clothing Sale 







Men's Suits 



That always sell for $22.00 to $25.00, 
Now reduced to. . . . . - . . 



$16.50 



Youths' Suits 

The kind that Mother insists on buying, and which regu- 
larly sellat from $6.50 to $18.00, nowreduced to 



$12.00, Sa, $6, S5, $4, $3 



Boys' Suits 



The dependciTilc kind that stand,s the~Tcnockii'tg abont."' and wliicli regnlarl,\ '^ell from $4 to %C._ 

_iga.\iLEEDucED TO $4.50, $4, $3.50, $3, $2.50, $2 



Boys' Washitig Blouses and Wash Suits have been brought down to $1.25, 
$l', 60c, 50c. Boys' Shirts $1.,00 to SOc. Men's Hats $2.i50to $1.50, 
./■ Boys' Caps, 35c to 13c. ' 




cCANDLESS BROS. 



557 JOHNSON STREET 



VICTOIs'IA. B. C, 






A eenC'iiiiriaii Jia.s .iust m.,.;, ., 

ifi-dinntT «|.»ec/ii at the aKc> oI'Kp 
lint IfH never toij lale to mend. 



ADVERTISE IN THE DAILY COLON lb i 



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VICIXJKIA DAILY COLOJNLST 



'] uendny, Au9.u«t 2J, 1910. 



LOGGERS' SUPPLIES 




We carry a very complete stock of 

The RIGHT KIND 

Blocks, Chokers, Grabs. Wife Ropes, Chain, Etc. 

WE INVITE INSPECTION 



E. B. Marvin & Co. 

The ShiDcmadJers - 1200 Wharf Street 



I NEWS OF THE CITY 

Lets Contract 

I Thf roiilract for iho ^\,cc-\ litUnKs of 
Uie vtuiltH of the iirovlnclal kirKls' and 
Avorks' clei.artuicnl has been uwanleil 

lit) the Vii-tt)ria, Book &; Stationery 

! L'jj)ii|-'an,\ . . 

I Send Chief to Convention. 

I 'V\i<- iin;nu;i' ruinnuilcc, ui' the city 
;, I'oiuK-ir wUl make a 8'Ka;it, of .$l.'iO lo- 
1 wards thf (.'XinMiHes oi Fire CJilff Da- 
I vis who will reiiri'sciit the <:lt>: at the 

I'orthcomltig- s'c'ssii»ns ut tlie PaclJ-'lc 
i (.'oast l''ire Chiefs* coiiventioii to be 
j held next month at* Stockton, t'al. No 

aj)i;opi-|atlon will l)e iiifuii- towariJf 
I the' I'unil lieii.ig raiseii h\ I In*- Triictvs 
! and l^ilior Couqeil for a L.al)'jr Uay 
j celebration at Beacon Ifill l;all^ 



I 



THE WEATHER 



li 



Will Erect Dwellings. 

Iliiildins pei-niit.s liave been is.sued 
K\ tlio bulldlnR inspector to .Mien 
Weunell lor a dwelling to be erected 
on Howard Street, to cost $1,(U)0; t" 
James l,Jrader, dwc-Uing <ni llansh'to-i 
Street to cost Jl.oOO; to Henry Cooper, 
dwelllni; .Ml C..rn\\:ill Street, to co.>^L 
.M;(eKen/.ie. ilvvellii'ig 
lo.coHl $J,iJeO; to -Me-- 
Balley. dwellinji -m 



Mt'lfoiWIoKlrul iifflee, \'ioloi;lu. 

ai. .'' p. "1., AiiKiiNi' ■:;:. inio:/ 

SVNOPHIH. 
'riie i)ie,'isiiie leniiiiiiH lilyhest ovim- 
111.- •Pacil'lc states but a li^w area ovi'j- 
lle.s the region of the Jtookles; sliowwrH 
liavi' fullen on tlip i:o«nt. of/ Vaieou vvr 
l.sland and WHsliliiglon and lenipei"- 
turea .liave, htm IdKli In (J«+i4Vi4.iln ' t'aU 
east of ih* raim'e.s. in ilie prairUi prov- 
i Inre.'! raVilia'.s fallen In Alberta and 
SaskateliewBii wiierc ilie weatber IniH 
been cooler Inil in Manlloba It has been 
WHiin. 

■ri-;.M I'1';i;a'i'|-i:i: 

'' , Mill 

Victoria ... 55 

\';l II'' >li \ '■ t Tt'J 

.\f w" \\ ''.--.Jjii'in.'?! ' r "' •' 

Kanibiopy '. 

I'alftar.v. Aim , . . . . I" 

Winnlixvi;. Man HI 

I'l.'-i '-I'l'i 1 II '. r, ■_■ 



,\iii\. 

6S 

(ill 



I 



$l,i;iMi; I'i \ 
oil I'ine Slrc't 
.'jrs. Haker iv:.- 

I-'CMI l;:n- l!o:l' 



:i hi 



Tin. 



Let Us Have Your Order 
Now for Preserving Peaches 



t; o c I J 1 1 b t 

I'll' jii''m!M,M' 
men Si SlU'l 

a basket, 
camp, coro' I ■ 
tent road, l''ou 



Women's 



Picni 



j l^invi'i .Nhi ini.i nil 
I wlndv, ji.iri \y cioini. 



I.il;I'1 



oiuUcrHle 
(io"l wtlli 



A SPECIAL 
DISPLAY 



^\ c arc sliovviug in 
West W'iiitldw 



luir 



BLOUSES 

CORSETS' 

SHAWLS 

ALLOVER APRONS 

SHOPPING BAGS ' 

BELTS, UNDERWEAR. 



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W II u 



1 1 1( 
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. '1 hi r 



45c Each 



Ihc 



I'lllf .iM' 
1 1 , 1 i L' . 1 1 1 I ■ 



!ei'l 



G. A. Richardson* Co. 



'I 



SI'Mi.V V. 



i.'ad 



I 'liA.\ tun',s 
a ml (."res- 



llisli. --I 
Kuwcsi; 



L 



Victoria Houte 



635 Yates St. 



Diamond Buying 



Tlit'i'e i-, a -a:n-c iii -.alisl.-nlii in in litixin'..; a ili.tiii' mkI Inmi 
Miir ol'MMi-liiiu ni. \\ lu'ii wni l)ti\ litTc \tai knms llii ilia 
IIP mil i.-.. uf ihc 1 1 1 . : 1 1 c - 1-( [ti a li t y . t Iva^-t-fe^set'tin gf' is t;'6r reel, thai 
_\ "11 are L;ei ! Iml: I hcvljj^St valiu ■ ■ ".i Mi''Me\ yoU'.cati jH i->ihly 
I iliKiin a'! \ " ii.a 1 / ■ V 

Allow lis to show yqu. what we can do for you. 



REDFERN & SONS 

leu;. (;i.i\-J.:;UNA]K.\'r STJll';i';'r 



.\'ii\\ is ilic 1 1 m c -itrr-ir' reser V i n g Fea c h e s . bin d" 
uDt delaAMnlettiii^- US have the ortier. It will ensufe 
(|iiick deh'vrry. .The kind .w€ have are extra fine free 
>ioiu', ill piT crate»:|i'ns,,'' Also every reqiiislteneed^ 
til, such as Scalers, Jars, Coters, etc. 

( ; K .\ \ L I .AT K n f^t^^OAR: persack, ^.15- and $1.30- 



Day, on Thursday af- 'Mean — •• 
ttt-tiotHfr— ArranRtJmuiita for tlie eou.rse j SnnPhin>^ 
of study, to be taken up during- th'e 
lomlfis" winter will be made. Mem- 
bers and any frierid.s who wonld like ' '"•f"''-'" •• 
to jiiin the elnb are iiipod to be pres- 
ent. 



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Only One Candidate So Far. 
With nominations of i andijlatts tor 
Ward two. the bye-jdeetloii'Tor w'llieh 
will take jilacc next Suturilay. to be 
ht'Iil tomorrow onlj,;^_ono, name, that 
crt^ — A+fiernuui HtimbeV, who recently 
rfalgned his seat ~"0n tht council 
board, ha.s so far been iTientiontul- U 
i.s practically certain that Mr. Kuni- 



Uowcr 

Mean ,^.,. ... 
Kain, trat*; 
ntc.-. 



lnnu.<. '■'■'< 
MONUAV 



»*inshino, u hours, 6 min- 




H. 0. KIRKHAM, fi ROGER 



I'orncr I'Ort and Donsftas 



.Phone -178 



ber vsill be uinpv)ose«l antl that 
be. returned by acclamation. An 
fort lias been niado tu bring out, ,_1jl 
1 1 posit ion to Mr. Humljer, a former 
alderman, but the latter Isas refused 
to permit his jaanwHaeteg piit in nom- 
ination. 



Lads and Cigarettes. 
Complaint of -you 1% lads beinu Hold 
ciBarett<-H by local dealers and alsei 
being allowed to buy- .sweop.'itake tic- 
kets wtiM made to the elt,v council last 
night by Mr. A. M. Browu. The, nmt- 
tiuni- Iter was referred to. the t«»ll«e coin- 
he will i mfsHioners, , 



No More poncerts. 

Thero - n -4rV fe» n/. • nuirn. - hit nd 



ol 



Carbon Paper 



for 



$1.2 



D 



at 



pauMHiBMRsunrTiCiff 



™^ MiKADO 
B A Z A A 



eiapanese Fancy 
Goods 

Special Bale for Bamboo Blind, 

S\S. Sl.:;5, and ()\'7 T5c. ' 

1404 Gov't St. Cor. Johnson 



Laborers Ask Increase. 
Tin- A'ic.toria l.Aborer.'ii' J'roieciive 
\ssoelation,' an organization of civic 
iiiployf(?8, has apllctl to the . crity 
loncil for an Increase in • wages* 
j¥.intias; out the incfoased cost of 
living which has ranged from fifty 
to itr per ce-it. while the Inorea'se Iti 
waires has luitaieen mbre thaii ten i>er 
cent. Te Asaociatlon suggests the-' 
r.ilowing »eale o;f wages: Respon- 
sible foreman $4 p«r days e.ngin- 
eers JS.'.O: blaeksmitbs $3,50; ra.V 
drillers $3 and l«^bo.5er8, 12.75. The 
city engineef ^^itl. "tie|»ort pH' th« te». 

(iue.st. * " . ■ ' 



certs this .vear, the fund appropriate' 
by Hie ftlty having become exhausted. 
In faft the fund has beeb overdrawn 
owing trmhv.ee concerts having been 
held after the money for.ctjuccrts had 
been spent. The nniount uvallable 
for park purj-"^e!i until the "end o'f 
the year is M %%.M, hardly sufficient 
to carry on lltT-^^'tifk of maintenan\*ev 



Dainiy Silve 

Possessing a charm cqunilc.J 
only by its fine wer.ring 
quality, silverware nijrktd 

M ROGERS BROS 

is the reaijy choice of those 

who want Ihs best in knives, 

forks, r^poons, etc. 

Beit f»a sets, disfiM, waifcrs, 
c/c, are clamped 
MERIDEN BRITaCO. 

"Sih'erTL:- . .. '■ ' -■ ' 




Xfhc Purest Always Glean 
The Ss^k^t No Dusty Caiis 



JAS. LEIGH & SOi^S 

Lumb:r 

Wills Umber 

Lath 



Wholesale and 
Retail . 



Fool of 

Turner Street i Shingles 

Victoria, B.C. | Bill Stuff 

i«.ad manufaciurers of all kirda of . 
Kash, Factory and rinnlng Mill 
Goods, ' 



aOTILEDMILK 

.i*rom the 

Victoria Creamery & 
Miik Supply Co, 

Dealers in 

Fmest led - Cream, Crcarn, 
Milk, Buttermilk andilutter 

Phone 1344 



Employ Over 1,000 Men. 

It will be Interesting to Vfctorlahs 

;ind those generally interested l»i the 

west coa.st of " Vancouver Island, to 

i know that the three lumbiir. (joinpan- 

ies operating thera enftpWy over one 

I thousaful men In the canin-sV ' Tliej^p 

I three a«^ theMl'chlgan Pacific 'l^um- 

f ber CC>;; the Jordon tliver or. S; C. 

Railway C0.J and the newly fbr»ned 

■■ I iinii)any of Johnson, .Vlci'onnell <& 

j Allison, who have , recently ac(j[ulred 

[41i«i holding of the Oruha me Lumber 

company. Plans are now being made 

i lor the construction of. ti first-cla.sS 

I mill for the latter comj'any J»J> ,ftlch- 

.irds Lsland. Thctig Cove, EisqtUmalt 

•harbor. Members of this company 

nre expected to arrive. In the cityl 

l^oon from the East and' : England, 

i when definite urr^ngementa will l»e 



BAXTER & JOHNSON 

COrViPANY, LTD. 

Vafcs St. Phone 7.30 




WUHiWWiiWwuiiinr 



$35.00 



Complete with Dunlop Tires, licll, lnol 
and (.)il Can-— rcadv to 



Uag, 
ride 



Piiuip, Wrench 



WHILE THE¥-^iAST 



^35.00 



THOS. PLIM 

1110 Government St. oppowta-sp«afier,> Victoria, B. C. 



.FY 



r2T 



CAFDONVX 

^ IS THE ^ 

'BlRTHSTON| 

AUGUSMj 



And it'.-< one 
the prett! 
stones; . I 
anybody 
ever saw 
the birthright 
of the Augvist 
born. 



F* 



Latest Importations From China 

L*dJes' niicl Gents' ■ i^llk underwear 
mft: Warm, iioat and llgtlt: Kentt' py 
j(i.ma« In beaullfui eirlppeU mile. Th« 
newest mIvIps uf bo;-. vi 11 fill embroidered 

»ilk kl.-'- Ti.i ,: loor*- lienuilful, 

1 l)« i" • ... k • iroUiered doilile* 

» '. t:r r ; I " -^ n 

QtrONG SlAff FTTNO b CO. 



VISITORS AND THEIR 

FRIENDS MAKE YOUR 
APPOINTMENTS AT 





All appreciate a good cupi of, 
te^, pure ice,crcatn ai^ ap- 
petizifig/tu«di(^ofisr 

CLAY'S 

r-MQ Fori Sirect. 



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The wonder is not that Christie Bis- 
cuits «r» superior- it would be a 
marve! if tl'.fv were not. Pure in- 
grrdients in the bands of scientific 
bsKers foi over fifty years in the 

bri«hie«t. clcmino and lid Hiicuit (act'iiv 
in ill C;Rii»d«. tlu-«<: nre ihc miia c»nte* 
nf Chrntie «i.«lity »nd In'tinJ «oodne»«. 

N-H. Try Chriilir 'A«'- m h«ve 

thfin anr fl«vor: Or«o«i > , KatifiA.-. 

Stmvhfrrv, Cocn^, Maple Ice, Winter Ice «nd 
Impnul, SoUl in tmull liiii «t yll Sfoccf". 

CHRISTIE. Rr>OV,-N A. CO.. Umitrd __ 

Jbmmm!mmmx^m::!vrrmzvm7mwm!i^''^'..< -. 



Excursions among the tii(lf Isiiiu.i 
\\ edii'-htla;. rt-jind Saturdays.^ Now; i^ 
rtic time (o .see these be.uitlfin IslandiJ. i 
1 lif no\-i'liy <vf thl.4 trip cannot be e.v- I 

,i!,,i 1, '11 I'll of the world. Take! 
Ci . ■ ' .nne'tliiK wiih the i 

;. ifanoT :it .<i'ln«'.'> l''"i ' :i •! ■ .',. 
■"rrmiti'Ti ti'Iiidmiic 5J1. • 

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JM' III ' "'HjiUiij Aiil'l, i.;«i!i iV AU;- j 
< laii'. :. IX ""HastlngB t=<tr<!et U e.'^t, 
\ ,,... '..' '1 , * ' 



Ifirefieved 



ram 



;Causes Unlimited Trouble 

!; ji.T\ !' I l.d'.'W it' \ ' I'.!: ■ 

" aiT liLilii 







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^^. S. Iriuiii'ii."* I" w n Ini i ;i .v n 
Weuttle loiite uhtil fuiUh't notice. 



-J. H. LePAGE 

optometrist, and Optician 

P. 0. Box 225 
(jovernmcnt St. Victoria 



• j IMMW 



Shortage of Csmisnt. 
Local builders t/re complaining of.j 
I lie continued shortage in i ement, a. 
'ndltlon which Is seriously Inter- 
fering with building operaitons. Kor 
the past .month the ^ltutt^ion has been 
j almost acute, Cemcht hn-s been 
• brought Into .Ibe ciry from Seattle 
I and other points, liut 86 great Is the 
: demand that, supi)lies are inadequate. 
Today- a supply will arrive frtjm Ihi' 
f >ld Country on the Blue Fuixnel boat. 
: sfmie j, 000 barrels, but this wlU only 
j meet immediate demand and .make 
rto provision for the future. The 
'same trouble ISTtreiTTg experienced : • 
j Yahcouver, This cement shortage 1 
I iperlousKy : affectilHg elvir ^Idcwalk 
[ work' and In eomblnatlon 'with a 
: .Shortage of gravel, Is holding up pro- 
' gretts on several. of the street w^ks. 

Twenty" V««rt Ago. j 

\ gathering' of unique interest wa-s 
iild at the home of Edward E. I I a rd - | 
wick, 1863 Oak Bay Avenue, Victoria, j 
I!. I'.. 'When a huniber of the men vyho ] 
•ere probationers with lilm tweni> 
■ ■;irs ago, in the Manitoba and ?\', \V 
' inference, met In a social reunion,. 1 
riie names of those present vverp: 
! .lames Endleott. B. A.. D. D., .Mis- j 
sionarv. from West China; VV. A. 
Cooke, B. A.. D. XX\ John Ridd (and 
wife), C.-H. .Cross, B. A. B. D.: 4. U. 
Dlckitison (and, wife). T. E. Holling, i: 
•V,: Arthur Barner; wlso* T. C. Bn- 
I hanan (and wife) who wa's .VIr 
nardwhk'.? superintendent at Cm 
berry. Manitoba. .\ ntjvntoer of r< 
.juiniacciuies were recalled which took' 
thi- part.v back over (he years of thr- 
p.i.st and linketl them w'ith the jtre.«- 
Tii. After .singing, thtp-hynin, "IJle.si 
lie the Tie That Blnd-s" and .-i .brie I', 
prayer by tlie l.ibst,. wh""» they'in- 
I slated in calling the "Diidd.v'of the 
'boys.' tile gathering broke up thrilled 
.with a sense of a pleasant reun'io) 
which ill all urobablJ-il.x ' will never' 11 
cnr. Urea.t regret was felt at tli 
absence of 'A. fe. Sirilt h who untor 
. Innately was ill In St. .losepli'st Ho.s- 
jdtal, and U. M. Bennett and B. .Vli'.- 
liken who were unable tu be present. 

Important Sales 

.Vs will lio seen in <<wr iid\ i-ri ising 

rnlumns, Messrs. Stewart Wllllania X- 

It'll, are holding two important MfilCK 

! this' week. Toda\\they will s<dl tln< 

■''■•' '• >''i'.- 'Cooloy'H new arid <vcll 

iid al^<^) (he cont^-nls 

.,..1,1,,,, t(li,ip. itnihid- 





; Y.M.-C. A, ■■ 

Temporary Quarters, 1 209 Blanch ard_S t. 

NEXT to NEW BUILDING UNDER CONSTRUCTION 

Reading and Game Rooms — H^. 9nd Cold- Shower paths- 
Men's and Boy's Summer CanipsV-Summer Mctnije-rshrp- - 

59e-per month 



SALE 



wimmmaamimvxrmnmmrm*- iiyi?iyr i m g j Mv <i 



Sciiii- lousiness 

Properties 

Close in 



Only $.10,000 

: ". . ' .> neW Y- ii^.C. X. buil'ii'i-. 



till! 



MOORE & WHITTINGTON. 865 Yates St. 



r. m.*mmaut-ma»^* 



FORT GEORGE 

LAND 



*«« Lsmbez, ■asii. X>oot%, and aU MXmi&m at Bulldjay aSAtntaa, g« to 

—The Taylor Mill Co. 

xaijut«a i.i»ittn»j'. 
Mm. Office »na Tar^lm^^Jll* Qovarnment St., P. O. Bo3^«!». Telfphotis 8»« 



SARDONYX 



Here in this st 
the most perfetn 
the aardonyx. 

Spc how one If.xiks ill' .1 lini^, 
fof'lnstancE. And rrmeinber, the 
-Sifirdonyx Is the stone of joy.' 
ousnoss. 

' <>*onie In now i' ' ~ ■ •■- 

-lection," vvlvile Oi. 
freshly supi^Ueid. 



TIMBER 



W. H. WilKerson 



ICT 



915 



Th<p Jewel 
GOVERNMENT 

'l'v\. 1(.K.V'> 



ST. 



In 



la.ruc 



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vas 



>'v pari iculais aiijiry lo 



t 



Ernest Brammer 



Don't Throw' 
Away Your 

Money : 



BY 



B'UYING' TOO .CHEAP 
articlf:, . . 




v^ ^ € "^ 




AN 



will 



■111 a 



FOR YOUR FOWLS 

Something- new and from 
a good recipe — in fact a 
[jnaranteed recipr. (.)ur 

Dry Hopper Food 

Aak y-Dur neighhor aboiit 




liazzeHe Rlcyclc 



It. 



He has heard of 



• ' 11' 



you haVe Itoi, 



Bannerman & Home 

Broad and Johnson 



!:r\iic 



B& K " 

Roiled Oats 

ontain no hilUs or sifUng.s. Grown 
In Canada In the finest Oats district 
imd milled under the most rigid pure 

loocl jaw.s. _ ■ ■" 

Big 35c. Sack 

! If the initials "B&K'^ are printed 
in red on the sack you'll get the right 
flavor— not otherwise. 



^e lu 



\\ ill 



Kaleigli 

-itrorinti 

; 1 ranteed 

nil. The 

'.V iiril .JIlil 

,iranto(>d. 

desired. 



Harris & Sinith_ 



t 'oloniHt. 



Lukenheimer Vaive^s, all 
sizes in stock 

Sra.. Tubing and Bar. 
Brass 

PACKING 



large assortment 
ing brands in 



cf all- 
stock 



lead- 



ItorialliacWneryCepflt 



343 Bay Street 



MOtfvnMECBm 



Mosi*. Economical. 



J06 



No Hulls. 



e, G. Oream ' 
Now 10 cents 
grocer*.. . 



In bh.vltur a eongh medteine.. djbn't 

i>e jifrflld to giUJ (^hamberlaiifs Cough 

Itemedy.. There l« no danger from_it. 

and' relief Is swire to follow^. Kspeel- 

has the natural fl4Vor:"i- ally reeotnmended for coughs. ' "colds 

and whoii>ptng cough'. S'll'l li> ull 
dealers. '. * 



for Ityrcr 1 1n.iat ' J'our 





ig lathe 

,11,1')'. 



v\ II 

■■r!i 



!some-flulld riaU dinim- 

] eluded In the ca talo;.; . 
siv ehiiirs, upholstered ii 
tension tal>le aiul_ Shlelui;!.' i i : , 
n-iTlinler i*f the gooHs oonHist <>t aiituiR:! 
room and kitchen furnishings found In 
!l np-to-date residences. 
On Thursday at Mes;-<rR. 'iV^lnneri.v .<,- 
SnnS' farm at Cadboro Bay. they will 
ilLspose of twenty-five head of the,i 
uell known milking stoe-k at 11 "a.m. 
It i.s snperlliiona lo say mncli aliotil 
tiuH herd, as they are so well known 
locally and In tlie iirovinee, h"*^' i'" i 
ii'iiilitedl\ llipy .will attract ;i "miiiil" i : 
of well known bu.\ei-fi,' ;(n\iniis \,\, |'|.-i: | 
up H'li'd iiiiU'h i.ittir I'lir tie' \\iliiii ' 
11 ade. • 1 



City Livery Board and Saie .Stable 



72-i. jOII.XSD.X SlKl':i 



I", 1,^^.1, 
I)or>^os, 



" !■ " II 1 1 i .1 ; ! : ' : > ',. i III i I i ; i-l'i' (1 1 \ , I i • i 

li'l ,-. r!i;i ■, ; . | | i ' M I-,- 1 :i < . 1 i v ,■ r\ ,(|,,| - a ' 1 ' I ! 

j - . .. . 11 !' I 1 I' '.I I 1 1 ' ■ ,1 ■ $.'r) 1 ir r Ml' ii I' i 1 

M|'r..\ \i.l, ■■ h ,1 , 1 

Office of C. R. RICHARDS, Veterinarian 



REPAIRS U 

We Look Up the Trouble 

;Mld , I'Tn'-'l '"' '"'■" " "^ ^"'^^ 

' rf\\ '• V'". ■ I ' ' 
iHitf'il. 

iii" as"ef>.'<enli-'! a< i<..ir»'inK .l\o.\y J.l;,, rtit. 
iU prop'-vl< Til .( )^»plip«_tu_tlT>r,.ho}J'i8^- 
Tiolder .' T T^i'e . T'lnmbor. ■ fe o'lf 

von wan. : . ■■' ^iti'i-vM n.e ■TTlTtt--t.*- 
liense,. sond 
•..-'■iltlr 

ifie Co;t)'3rt Plumtiing &Heatlitgf6. Id. 

' ' ' ■■ 'H g^^ton Street Phono r, .^ J 

MCI iary'8 faniouB Steel Ranges n;.>; 
iiiitlhg Stoves at Clarke' & Pearsons 
i:, !:! \\'barf Street, near Johnson 
;::re' 1. Vlctorlfll:.' * 



V has no 

etii3i;i upoiv 
Malthoid Roofing 

Sulphur fumet around 'smelting 
pjants, - ca' up a ftjctaP 'ool in 
short order, and very firw' nther 
■ matcriiij«_c*i3;: yithstaiid the' at- 
tac!;. Malthoid Roohng d'v* 
, the buiiness. £nginccr& -ar. 1 
owners df property in districts' 
tftectcd.by these fumes will save ~ 
money isy loptoiig carefully into _ 
the' menu of Ma'thoid. Wr|t»:- 
— Hat spct al b^ok'et. 

''• -' R. AfT GUS__ 

Agent Wh<»pC,.St., Victoria 



Artistic Work 



'oiwh 

Hie 1 



with ij." 
.1 paint till: 

■ ■rtf oiltilili- 



. '.rhe l-.IIll" 1 '' 

chfapest ami be.st 
' .Victoria Boniv ■*' ^ 
, L-d, Big'Ji)|l». 



I'ypewrlte- ! 
■tiiii'hine i 
I itlonery La., i- 



C. FL Tile & 



Co. 



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Tuflcday, Auau«t 23, 1910. 



VICTORIA DAn.Y COLONIST 



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GOOD WHISKY MAKES YOU 
WELL WHEN YOU*RE 

SIGK 

There are few remedies as -goqd to keep in the house as a 
bottle of good Whisky." Even those whu do not drink it as a 
rule acknovvlede;e 'its g'rcat medicinal value. In, case of illness 
or accident it should ahsnys lie kept on hand. 

Yon will find tlu- ln/^t .-is^ortnient of renu'du-s of this kind 
at this store. Tcople who know j^ood whi^ky from had 
whisky and want the i^ood are the pi.-oplo who ha\e huilt up 
our large lirpior business. 



The Best and Largest Stock of "Good Cheer." All the 

Reliable Brands Priced Right for Purchasers., Phone 

Your Order. Prompt Delivery Assured 



CAPITAL CITY WINE CO. 



Tel. 1974 



1327 Douglas Street 



Cor. Johnson 



Open 8 a. m. to 10 p. m. 



HEAVY 
PONGEE 

SiJL/Jv 

This is an excellent grade of 
Pongee, being almost equal to 
serge. Regular price per yard 
$1.75, summer end (^¥ (\f\ 
prioe . • • • • • • , • 7 

Other grades of Pongee propor- 
tionally reduced. 




510 Corriiorant street, 



Opposite E. i N. Depot 



Red Jacket 




"So Easy to Fix" 

Force ^"^ Lift 
Pumps 



The Hickman Tye Hard- 
ware Company, Limited 



Victoria, B. C. 



Agents 



LESS THAN COST PfilGE 



Ivoryware P)rassware 
Silverware 

We Are Showing: Many Delightful Noveltjes and Domestic 
Articles in th<e above wares 

LINENWEAR 

Table Covers, Bed Covers, Tray Covers 
Doylies, Waist Materials, Etc. 






SEPTEMBER 20TH 



No Amicable Arrangement As 
Yet Reached Between the 
Esquimalt Water. Works Co. 
and Realty Agents 



Xii amiiiibl.' .ii r;iii«. iii'iil lia\'lnx flS 
yet Ijofu reached .botweoii iho Esqui- 
malt Waterworks Coinp;v»iy luid tlui.se 
ji'cal realty Intore.sts thSt a few weeks 
fgo ai)penled to tlie j)rovinc'lal execu- 
th'o fqr cfincollatiun of the coiupMny's 
charier on the ground thiU its i)rlvll- 
<'KOs have been abused In the Imposi- 
tion of exeesslvp ciuirses I'or hervlice.s 
and In certain eases, in the refuaai of 
\^services at any jirlce, a I'urtht-r Injur- 
ing' of -the issue by the exceutlve has 
been set for the ^'Oth of September 



INSANE FOR ASYLUM 



William Cook and Mento Knulsen Dis- 
play Mental Shortcomings in 
Different • Manner. 

C'ho()!jlng; an empty box car stand- 
ing in the K. & X. .vards on Govern- 
ment ' Ktreet a.s the i>i;i' I- wherein to 
pray to hi.s Maker, .^inj.;. :n weird tones, 
the old lime favorite hymns and alter- 
nately eurse his Imagfriary enemies, 
William I'ook, a demented Individual 
concerning whose antecedents absol- 
utely nothing can be learned by the 
police, was taken ii charge on Sun- 
day afternoon." Last night he was sent 
to the asylum at New Westminster. 
Cook's vocal efforts and fluent blas- 
phemy created quite a sllr In the 
neighborhood until the -authorities 
were notified. Wheti taken to the po- 
lice station he centinued his insane 
behavior and beyond stating that his 
name was William Cook he could give 
no connected account ' of himself, 
whence , he came or where his rela- 
tives reside. It is believed that Cook 
boarded the car somewhere up the line 
and came into the city. . , . 

Accompanying: Cook to the asytiiin 
was a Norwegian, Mento Knutsenl who 
of .late has been staying- at a Johnson 
street hotel. During: the past few days 
he has ahown signs of insanity and 
■yvas taken in charge by the police. As 
is usuial in such cases necessary 
papers had to be made out by some 
friend or acquaintance of the demented 
man. ^n Kntitsen's case the facts rela- 
tive to his case were supplied by a 
friend whose Knglish proved hardly 
adequate to the occasion. This friend 
descriibes Knutaen's conduct while 
staying In the hotel as "kuait," says 
the Insane man is a "chlfe engener," 
.sometimes ■"teks a drenk" and that his 
hallucination appears to be that he 
thinks "som on ar staling bta vaife, 



MODEL BYLAW 

ON RECENT ACT 



Kamloops Passes Measure Formed 

Upon Liquor Law. Passed at Last 

Session of Ltgisiaturo. 

Ai <• ' Kamloops chronicle .tlu' 

inln|,i;,.i ( ' municipal council of 
li.ai city of a new llqiior 'license and 
Uiulo regulation bylaw inolflelled upon 
lh« lines of the hew provincial ncrwlilch 
came Into force and effect throughout 
the iiro\! ■ ■ n the 1st Instant, anil is 
apparent; i.Ing uncommonly well. 

The clUzeiis uf Nelson,,^ CLrarxl Forks, 

Phoenix and others have thus early fol- 
lowed the example in legislation sot by 
the province, passing liylaw.s framed on 
lines parallel to those of the new act, 
and have thereby set upon this general 
legislation the seal of their approval. 
The new bylaw of Kamloops Is, to quote 
the Standard, exceedingly drastic. Says 
the Kamloops journal referred to: 

"If It were possible for civic legisla- 
tion to be more drastic than Attorney- 
General Bowser's new liquor act, the 
. Kaniloop.s aldermen hav.c succeeded in 
pro,mulgatlng such. The new regula- 
tions have followed closely the provin- 
cial law, but in several particulars have 
"gone one bettor." If a city pan be made 
moral by law, then Kamloops will soon 
wear a halo." ■ -. 

The Kamloop.B bylaw goes further ithan 
the provincial law In one respect, in that 
It renulres nl| bartenders to bo duly_lt- 
consed ' • 

llquo-- bylaw.8 ,«f several other of. the 
provincial cities, the provincial prohibi- 
tion against selling. .Jlquor to a drunken 
man. 



'traid to get oud of vlnder. 
I With this arraignment against his 
mental condition Knutsen evidently 
had no chance for he was declav^d to 
lie insane by the' medical examiners 
and left last night' for the alylum. 



ACCIDENTAL DEATHS 



Lee Dye & Company 



Cormorant St. ;inii 707 Fort St. 



Ne.vt to Fire Hiill 



Jury Recommends Safeguarding Live 
Wires and Condemn Metal Com- 
pany. .' 

There has been istiU anotlier ,added 
to the long list of accidental deaths 
at Vancouver- during the past tv.'oh'v- 
inonth attributable to' electrical mis- 
adventure, particulars having ^ust 
reached the attorney^gerieral's depart- 
ment in H.' report by Coroner Pitten^, 
drigh of an inquest held by him on the 
body of one Patrick John McCanii. 
The verdict rendered was to the ef-, 
feet that the deceused "came to his 
death on August 14th instant, by ac- 
cidentally .•'omlng 'in contact with a 
brpken wire carrying electric current, 
in the vicinity of the North Pacific 
Lumber Co.'s mill at' Barnet, B. C. 
We recommend," the juurors added, 
"that the B. C. F.iectrlc Railway Com- 
pany, Limited, take better steps i. to 
immediately protect their live wifps." 

Another inquest ju.3t held at Van- 
couver by Coroner Pittendrlgh was 
upon the tiody of Stanley Falconer, 
the verdict in this case reading: "We, 
the jiiry empannelled to inouire how 
and by what means Stanley Falconer 
came to his death, do say upon our 
oath that he met his death by a fall 
from, the upper floor of tht)■^^^d build- 
ing, Granville street, in the course of 
his employment ■ as a sheet-metal 
wtrker. ' The Jury have viewed the 
scene of the fatality, antJ are agreed 
that the accident wug caused by a de» 
fectlve scaitblcllng. 

"The evidence goes to ■ show tliat 
this scaffolding was erected by the de- 
ceased Falconer and his rarther or 
rratc, W'arren, and no application was 
iiiadc to the general contractor to 
provide Scaffolding for this, job, nor 
was the .jeneral contractor required 
under hla specifications to providt*- 
scatf'olding. The evidence also shows 
that the sheet-metal Workers ' built 
their own scaffolding in the front of 
the building, and in view of this and 
the «vldence of Warren that he was 
ordered by the job foreman tp bullJ 
the scaffolding which oauscrd the ac- 
cident, we agree that the accident w.is 
caused by the negligence of the B. C. 
Fhoet 'Metal Works in not providing 
(nielont s'tpcrvlslpn of the .scaffoMIng 
on which their men worp working; wo 
.'.Iso wish to add that after seeing tha 
kind of work piitihto the scnfroUdlng, 
there must hnAO been contributory 
r.<;gllgcnee,on the part of the deceased 
Fclcoher and his mate Warren In 
islng a ccr.ffolding insufficient for the 
purpose required." 

The — aj.0ldcnt occurred on the lllh 



August instant. 



Ing on her face with his irpn-shod 
boot heel. In the present case the evi- 
dence shows that wlille llorzak was 
outside iHittliig som;' wood, one of his 
fellow' workers came into the hoarding 
house^ and a.sked a cMjmpaiilnn fur a 
match, with which he ill a clg/uctte. 
Horzali entering a short time after- 
wards, vi(>lentl.\' ' liHUilred of his wife 
what she wH.stalklns about with those 
txyo/ men. She denied any conver.satiun 
with. the men, exi)la!niiiK the match In- 
cident, in ■which she hail played no 
l-arl. / 

fall wa.s heard a lilllc later in 'the 
Morzak'.s room, and investigation dis- 
closed the, woman lying. on llie iloor In 
a pool of blood, very liadly injured, 
and her batiy crying beside her, In her 
testimony thi^ unfortunate woman de- 
clares 'that " she renicmliciH jiotliing of 
what occurred, but lt''is' belie\-ed thai, 
she in so stating Ig mertMy deliber- 
ately perjuring hersHf •.■. -.ihieUl ber 
hiiyband.' The latter ■ •. . I i.. the 
attendant doctor t ii i : a, !i,,,i .sui,u-l\i 
his wife with llic .IN'', When asked 
why he had done v'> lie iriri'clv ans- 
wered: 

"Because she ma.ke mc in.nl. ' 



opera house. Yesterday tUtjr respond- 
ed to encore demands her*. 

Deft dialogue and facetious melo- 
dies are cut out by Carrie Ryan, a 
bright appearing young person, with 
ambitions as a singer,, and (ieorge 
Stokes. This is an act well dressed 
and nicely sung. Thomas J. Pilco 
never sang better than he did yester- 
cia.v afternoon, and the pictur,'^ »vere 
well suited to an audience looking lor 
pleasurable entertainment. * 



William* 
The remains of Caroline, Infant 
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Wil- 
liams, 10.')2 Johnson street, were laid 

., to rest in Ross Bay cemetery yester- 

It also adopts, a.-rili;* the new p3ay afternoon. At 3.15 o'clock the hm- 

eral took place from the Hanna chapel 
where Rev. T;' E. Heneag« conducted 
services. Many friends attended and 
the little casket was covered wiUi 
floral tributes. . ■ 



Horticulture Board Meets 
A meeting of the Prbvljiclal Board of 
Horticulture Is to bo lield totlay at the 
department of agrhulture, the mast 
conspicuous item qf listed business be- 
ing the election of a member to take 
the place upon the board of tliet late 
lamented Cai')taln |*eter Eiilstoh. 



Memento of jntere^ting Events 



secretary, of the Inner Harbor Asso- 
ciation \Vith a phot'^craph of the four 
masted ship Kl.tflns' - whic recently 
sailed from te u ■ irbor with the 

first cargo of 1 ■>. ,. , .,cr shipped 'by 
vessels fifom th :... . ,i. , . • 

Delegate Sustains Loss. 

Durlnr th«' progress of Methodist 
Conference yesterday, thfe Rev. J. p. 
Wilson of Lindsay,: Oht., one of the 
delegates received Word of the drown- 
ing of a relative in. the Kasf and was 
excused from attending the remainder 
of the sesBoins. A standin g vote of 
sympathy with the delegate on ac- 
count of the loss which he had uns- 
tained, followeti the announcement. , 



Rev. Mr. McConnell Inducted. 
The Presbytery of Victoria met^ in 
St Columba's Church, Oak Bay on 
Friday evening, last, for the ordina- 
tion and l!iductl(»n''to that congrega- 
tion of iVc R. A. McConnell, a grad- 
uate of Westminster Hall, Vancouver. 
The following took part in the Inter- 
esting service. The Rev. W. Leslie 
Clay presided, the Rev. J. R. Robert- 
son of . Nanalmo. preached the ser- 
mon. Rev. Dr; J. Campbell delivered 
the charge-to the newly inducted min- 
ister and the Rev. Joseph McCoy to 
the congregation. Mr. McConnell" re- 
ceived a cordial welcome from the 
Presbytery and the congregation. The 
ladles 6t the congregation served 
dainty refreshments at the close of 
the service. ■ ■ 



AMUSEMENTS 



"Thousand Islands. — Nsxt Sunday! 
Iho S. S. IrorjuoLs will make one of, 
those delightful trips atnoiig the Onir| 
Iplnnds, .st')pplng <mo hour at Mayne,: 
;.iul returning via the plctureequej 
Pender Canal, ricnk- parties canj 
bring their baskets and lunch under 
(he trees. Take V. & S. tntln Iftavlngj 
Victoria 9.45 a. m. Rpfreshi>i''nts and 
music on board.. For further infur- 
_xtt&liqa;.tSl<;C'hoSS,.5.U-„ * 



Cheap reading' for campers and 
ethers: We ar^ clearing a lot of our 
75c copyright novels at 2Ec each, 

five tor Jl.uu, Vliioritt Boak & Sla- 
tlonsry Co., Limited. • 



The (•niirmoiis_ln<L'rea8C in the" dc- 
ni:,iiHl fur R}<a<illne anil Its rapliUy arl- 
Viinclmf price make It an absolute rer- 
luinly that the oil cumpany whose | 
wells produce the crude oil carrying i 
the hlgheat_^perceiitii(are of gH.soIlne la 
the "company which will pay the 
highest <llvldends. Such ji company' 
Ik the -\mnlgamated Development Co., 
whose oil wells ai'e situated in the 
famous nil fiolda of Kntalla, Alaska, 
the oil from which territory has been 
proved by repeated v«^lientlh^ tests to 
cnrjy -'lO per cent, ("if gasoline, being 
the hlghepf percentage on the .\meri- 
<'«n eontlii"nt, and 10 per rent, more 
timn the products of the famous Penn- 
sylvania Oil districts. 



STRUCK WIFE WITH AXE 



Inhuman Tre-Ttrnpnt of Woman by Aus- 
trian Hrr Husband. 

]\- ' 
nicii . ;,..'•■ 

culiarly savase. luh icvoit- 
Ing crime at L.\-i't"h i!.>3..i^ 

utely no na'ti'.- appears to 
(f>d, and la . onnectlon \: 
Wasik Horzal$ has been cojnmilted fur 
trial on^^archarge of attempted mur- 
der. The accused Is an Austrian sec- 
tion employee working on the railway, 
and it Is alleged that he assaulted his 
wife with an axe, cutting her about 
the head so badly that her recovery 
is i>roblematlcal. : ^ 

On a previous occasion the wife In 
her evidence says he threw her to the 
groundi aad amused himself by stamp- 



"Fathfer and the Boys." 
Mr:; Huron L. Blyileri and his. com- 
pany will appftar |n the Victoria 
Theatre, co.mm(^.nplng next Thursday. 
This company Is heraldeil as one of 
the,8trOnii?es,t companies) that has ever 
visited the We-st. Mr. Clifford Den- 
hanii MgfT,- has .■secured, this companj' 
for a period u( four weeks, ■ The. 
opening bill, "I'^ither and the Bovs" 
is a splendid Comedy built for laugh- 
ing burpo.ses nnly. Mr. Blyden has 
a very select reportoire of plays, al- 
rso- carrying scenery for each produc- 
tion. The patrons pf tile theatre can 
rest assured of seeing a companv 
that .has made good, . an*} com6 here 
highly recommehrted.. '' ' 

* NjBW .Grand Theatre 

^ That banjo turn at the Grand, this 
w?ek, with Stuart Kolllns and ^llss 
AlUon and Miss Carmen appearing, 
\\111 headline successfully any ..Instruj.^ 
mental bill ort tlte continent. For a 
tuneful, Hweot a(id kccompllshed ban- 
jo pert'ormancc .see this turn. Tlie 
hmjorlty Of imnjolats have too much 
twang to, their instruments, but, this 
trio can get ''Just as 8\yeet strains from 
these InstvumentH as n harpist fVom 
a harp. They play several pcy)uJar 
airs, and there Is that deitil^lltful over- 
ture from Semerimedc. 

The headliner of the, bill, howeVor, 
I'T the act of three equilibrists, l>eon- 
ard, Louie and (Mllette, \vho wlthunt 
!in.\ aiiparatiifif at nil >fiVe (in exhibi- 
tion th.'it firawp (lulte attiimult of ap-" 
I>lnuse from the other side of the 
fi.otllghts. F-ach member of this trio 
I' (1 peer nt his work, and the act will 
talked about all. the week. 
Hack, Home," a playlet wjlh a llt- 
lli village ,story as its Toundatlon,. .19 
II.' u iiil'-rrsting, iiior.iliviMi and do^ 
loristlc, ('ro'nby 



■ . I.l-C 

sue. 

StOl;. 'la 

girl's heart 
er! Is told .^=!.... 
Instrumental 



"1.1 .'ll-round 

I 'arts. It Is a 
■ ..toning a young 
^v danger Is a\ert- 
.. and Well 
and vocal n.«, 

both poj)ular aiKl classical, .^ 
English and also In Italian, ar. 
ed by the , Venitlan si'nger.9, n.,.. 
Italians from Messlaa. These men 
were formerly In the Messina Urand 



Mr. James Stewart, accompanied by 
Mr. H. Puckle, left last night for 
Stewart. 

The Rev. and Mrs. R.M. Thompson 
are guests of Mrs. James l'ottln',^er, 
Hatiery street. 

Mr. and Mr.s. Charles Ware an- 
nounce the marriage of their daugluci-, 
Daisy Nora Iluilge. to Mr. 'riionia.s 
l!enr.\ (;awle.\- on* Wednesilay, AuKUf?! 
31, at 3 o'clock p. m., at the home of 
Mr. and Mrs. Qeorge A. Porter, -^1034 ' 
I'ai'.iliira, averiue. 



WHEN YOU MARRY 



and start housekeeping, almost 
the first tiling to consider Is tho 
cooking apparatus. Ona wo can 
well recommend is Moffat's 



CANADA 
RANGE 

A .spl.,.|i.! !.l f.'oki.r iind baker. 

I'rices $40 to iHh. '■'•na- in. A 

pleasure for us' to lalK up lis 
Kood p'llnf*. 



OBITUARY NOTICES 

Stewart 

The funeral <if ,\".i)ali. itn- ^ months 
old riaughter of .Mr. and .Mrs. iau 
Stewart, oif ^'OlS Hridge street, takes 
l)lace this morning at 11 o'clock from 
the resldenc*^ where a short service 
will be held. The little onerwas born 
in Kdlnburgh, Scotland, and was 
lu-ought here by its parents only two 
months ago. The Interment will be 
made In Ross Bay cemptory. Rev. W. 
L. Clay will officiate. 



Olsen 
At 2 o'clock this afterm^on the fun- 
eral of the late Henry Martin Olsen 
will take place from the H. C. Funeral 
company's parlors. Government street. 
Rev. Otto Gerblch will officiate both 
at the parlors and at Ross Bay ceme- 
tery. 



Cameron 
Arrai}^pments.,.J^ave been made for 
the funeraL of the , late Donald Cam- 
eron, who died at St. Joseph hospital 
on August 14. It will take place to- 
morrow afternoon at 2.30 o'clock from 
the parlors of the B. C. Funeral com- 
pany. Interment will be made in Ross 
Bay cemetery. 



Ritchie 

On Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock the 
fune.rai of the late James Ritchie took 
place from the residence, 460 Cornwall 
street, where a large number of friends 
had gathered to pay their last respects 
to the deceased. Many city employees 
were present, the late Mr. Ritchie hav- 
ing been engaged as water inspector 
for many years. Impressive services 
were conducted at the house. by Rev. 
W. Leslie Clay, who made referencte 
to the lovaible character of the de- 
ceased. The floral o f fering s presented 
were numerous and beautiful.' The re- 
mains. were Interred In Ross Bay ceme- 
ter>', The following acted as pall- 
bearers: ,J. L. Raymur, A. .Borde, C. 
Fern, J. Clements, J. Thompson and 
T. Precce. 

Sweeney. 

Te funeral of. the late William 
Sweeney who, died here Sunday morn- 
ing l.n tho Jubilee hospital, at the 
age of .50 years, takes place Thurs- 
day morning at 8:45 o'clock from the 
Victoria Undertaking parlow, and at 
nine from, the R. V'. Cathedral. Thfe 
late Mr. Sweeney was, a longshoreman 
by trade and for 27 years had bc6n a 
resident of this city.. He was a native 
of' Liverpool. 

Murrant. . < 
The death occu-rred at the fatrvily 
residence, 744 Front street laist even- 
ing . of 'Charles WMIlfred Pynn. In- 
fant son of Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Mur- 
rant, after a bf-ief illness. The fu-, 
neral announcement later! 



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The Cleared Lots at Qualicum. Beach,' 
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For plans and prices apply to L.: H. 
Solly, Land Agent, Victoria, or L. E. All in. 
Local Agent, Parksville. 



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The World's most Successful medi- 
cine for bowel complaints Is Oham- 
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Keiii<Ml.". . it has relieved more pain 
find HUfferlngr, and 'saved more lives 
^jthan any other medicine In use. .In-" 
' valuable for tliiiilreii .mil .adults. Sold 
liy all Oealer's. , .♦ 



If ymi ai c looking l' t 
somethittCT' now, somclliin;;' 
tha t " w i ll make a hit, it oniy 
remains for ynu'tc ilr')|) in 
niKJ look nvcr the inijiuii •'■ 
variety that wc have. 

W'-e aT<»- ??a^ti-«ffp4--t4=Hi;t- yoH 
will Iind jii.st the Song >'ou 
want, ., .' . 

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111. 'lie SSv 



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I Mr. Charles Bethunof's Successor. 

1 .Mr i'nul Kdmonds, baritone vocal- 
I 1st ;iiid professor of 8ini?ijig-,' (,ot 
.' prini'Ipal lj<)ndon concerts, Gloucester 
[F. stlval. 'Tctrazzlnl Hrltlsh Tour 1903. 
1'etc,,) has comb to reside In Victoria 
I and ehgsiped a stOdlo at \re.8srs. 
f-VValtt'B Piano Store, Government St, 
I He is recommended by Mr. Bothune 
UwHo is discontinuing his work lij Vic- 
toria. , ■ _ ^ .. ; • 

'^S proof at i^doff TSIth. The Atftkf- 
pa mated Development ("omp^inv "<'- 
lered to give one ttmusand dollars to 
.•wiy charitable Institution to be (de- 
lected by the representatives of the 
three, nevvspjipcEa-icho wenf to' Inspect 
j-f+m-TTTTTitiJin.v's oil Wells {it the Katrilla 
I lieldf. if cniiditltms .were not as' the 
I matiajiiiment of the eompan>- had 
] rf'i)rpsented. The report of these In- 
I dependent xHltn- s-^es, nftei- ^xamlniiiR' 



i Sore! .'iiiso'cj. whether In 

' dvlced I'.v V, ";,-.. li exercise or Injury, 
I is quickly relieved I'.v the free appli- 
f-cation ■ of Chntnl-eriain's Llntmeni 

Thiis .liniment' Is equally vn.hiable for 

muscular rheumati'" "^i .iv.( i - :-r. 

fnrda <)tiick relief 

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VICTORIA DAttY COLONIST 



13 ZjJt'E^'Wt . A^^^ 23, 1910. 



One of the Demands of a Modern Housewife 

- Is an 



ELECTRIC 





IRON 



SAVES TIME 
IS CLEAN 
CONVENIENT 

DURABLE 

AND ECONOMICAL 




In Woman's Realm 




s^ht' lias a rigiu la clem and it a 



lul Villi Wnl 



iM plr,i-(.' luT I' 



fjrant it 



Hi nton Electric Co., Ld. 



/ HERE AND THERE ' 

, , 1 , -J — 

A Tew evenlnss-agn ■^ young EnglisU 
gill, as Hwei-it and bright and frank as 
au.\ ("anmUiUi girl rnuld be was Hay- 
ing how greatly «!'<' nils-vcii Iho kind of 
s/v'liil work she v^|!ls acriisKiUH'd to do 
at liomo. At tiral the llrtlfner folt like 
uttiTing an cxrlarautliin o( tlianUl'iil- 
[ness that no snidi work wax necd.Ml In 
Vlftoria. ll.(>rp thet-c arf no niasacs ot 
ignoi-unt i-hlldron ind but Ut;tle. puvor- 
Uv Hut though Iljiorc Is little If any 
! 1,'erd <>( the cxpfi^Wltnro of money. If 
i ih,. adding to thJ, nuiny .-Avoinfn's or- 
; ganizations alroadl at work In Ithe city 
N to be ileprp.-atcd. are wr quite suro 
that vuung girls land oIiUm- , oni>s too 
'who love .-hildriMi and girls cannot ilnd 

• and 



vear lor sh.> had accepted a situation | do what P'^^-'^"'^ Vll ''!\Hlor into "^ i 
n Uritiah Columbia when Iho (ilobu failed to do and turn a thiel into i 
roporler met her. It Ih to be hoped that clti/.en'.- ('an the field undo the work-^ 
Hlie will be as sueeewaful as whe in Pn- of the atr*<et? The answer is a plain 
terp/islng and that she will hnd here , ••jfj,." Boys kceu in very elose touch 
H pleanant home and congenial, work, wiili lii.-lr old ■ nrastera ■ liLter they 
'I'he really well eduiated, you'ng teach- i jj..^^.^,. ^|„.y .,,.p vtHited, they write 
er from (Jreat Ihtlaln, will »'=^'''"*''>' Metters, tliey coine ba'dc to visit the 
full to find a position In (;ajiada. Many j y^.,i^^^^l Tliep djseover ' alimost tlio ^ 
(,>f thi.Re are now doing excellent worit . ^^^.i^j^, ^^^. .f,f%dd'b(rv' proper. Thasys- ' 
in higli Hcliuol.M of Mii.« i.rovinco. i t.(,n,l j. ;,,, thorcJugh ' that alni-.i -x 



■nip 



thplr ieisure 



The Kaiser believes that women 
.should have' ewry advantage, economi 
eal and etlucational, Wiiich it Is In the 
power of the .stale to liestow. but he 
would shut them out yf the politica 
held He would allow ti won\an to be 
ta dentist, a/ doi-tor or a lawyer, hut 
i declares that itlie gr,.n'inL: .1 i h. '"'•■- 



t(!nv i 
' ha u ;• I i 



NOWlOR AUTOMOBILE 

BARGAINS 

At this time of ilu' year many (ippni uuiities of being 
able to purchase an automobile at a bargain price' is 
afforded. We have s-everal secondhand Touring/C^r 
bargains, 4-cylinder style. One in particular, /l^t- 
merh owned by Dr. Hall, with clutch driving gear, 
complete with hoq4 etc^ and extra, iodiSjand acces- 
sories, just put in thorough- shape. This car for- 
mcrh*-ctlk $2,000. Now, $650. — = — rr 



Western Motor and Supply Qi^JM 

R. r. CLARK, Mgr. 



Phone 695. 



Broad Street. 



JAMES BAY 
ACADEMY 

A Private High School 

.■ ACADEMIC DEPARTMENT 

Full Matriculation iti two years. Students prepared . fbr 
H.C.L.S. and other examination? 
Jtenditi Matriculation Successes This Summer 
COMMERCIAt""DEPARTMENT 



a .wa\-' I 

Kralii'x ; ii^'ii .Us,-. : •■ i" re ' i^- "^''" 

There is in manv of the cities ot itlie 
Initeii States an organl/atlcni known 
as the UiK Brothers. M''n take nii^'ii 
themselves individually i lo- i .■.■.^linii.si 
l.ilitv of helping tlio l)o>^ and lads ut 
tlieir nelghborhaud.ri)e idea seems to 
be an excellent one If U coTrW-U« 
i vvorkMa'ut wcnT^rrrPrp ts' in this wcst- 
'fTriT^^^tlitrv a- ha^ml of patronage, 
which makes phllanthroivtc work of 
many kinds dlftlcult. Neither men. wo- 
men or children like to be treated as 
inferiors. Those who, standing ai)OV& 
them, want to do them good may bt« 
ever so earnest and well meaning, but 
their etY^irts are likely to end in fail- 
ure it is onlv when men or women, 
jrirlv Mr l.uvrs recogniy.e in the person 
who holds out a helping hand to them 
one whose heart is full of genuine 
sympathy that help will be act^-^ted 
or If accepted will do any good. 1 liere 
are n-me of wjiom this Is truer, than, 
of, young gins. In every city there are 
girls who need Just th» advico and 
sympathv and friendship a Big Suiter 
can best give. It may be their mdthers 
and teachers have failed to understand 
tiiem. It niay.be that their natures 
are fiuttc-MtmUseiitlUied, perhaps that 
thev are lacking in .good feeling and 
good sense. BiVt a . woman who has 
cver-reallv lov«>d one even of the worst 
of these girls and has tried sincerely 
to help her seldom dnds that In after 
life she does not retain the girl's af- 
fection and gratitude. It may have 
i)ecn thMtiltler failure seemed to have 
ijeen th*' present result but the kind 
w ord spoken, the warning given has 
nut b!»en forgotten. Where authority 
falls love and sympathy-llnd A WM'tP 
the heart. ... ■ iJ ' ' ■■■"' 

There need he no young woman m 

yi ^orla who loves" and understands 

that hardest of things to comprehend. 

the nature of a girl on the threshold 

of, womanhood who may not flpd work 

1 In her own neighborhood. If she ha«, 

[leisure and a reflncd home she can. If 

I she Is In earnest, discover a wa9 to 

i bring at least one suoh child within 

i the spher'e of her influence dnd win 

her to beautiful way.s of acting and 

thinking. The work win widen. It J» 

the beginning that Is hard. ' • . 



("rage to womeiF l.s .1 -^i^ ' "i li"l"l' 
dfcadcnr.- ,ui.l dcciiv, rih- ihtoi 
emperor is a nuni •>! sti^o^ r.nn; 



thoniugh ' that alnn 
.si'atlstli-s can be kci^^ .a. i 
the record stands at' 'JO per cciu. i 
KucccKse.s. Ninety of every huudi.i 
get and keop good employments, timn,- 
home office Hcdioola sojid a cons.idn 
aide pen'ontage <if their Ixvys to tlic 
numiuloMs, but from the ."fchool that 1, 
I. ri'.w In-Mi alnii'M all nhcFlTiTpToynient 
"I Hrllaiii--M"hi' u ilic army, somc 
,! ■: t:i ii' !■ _ I II. I ■ii.icmaker;- 1 ' < -i 1 - 
i. I - . I. Ill 11,. iiiajorit}' 



TH4-;RFrfe"nothifil7:-SD'fD(yafaf~thc faniily as huigh- 
iiiir. Aii.MhiuK iiiU-uihu-cd iiil'' I he family circle 
vvliicli will increase ilic nuinl.cr of laughs per person per 
evening is a bniefii !■• the he;ihli of ihe home. 

THE EDISON PHONOGRAPH' i.> able U> lurm-li 
-<„,,!, lic'rirtv. \v1iolc>>,/,ni.- fun.! It is not always funnv, 
1)111 ii cm 1... ^■;,l \' i::iin_\ ■-■.hen yoU like U lunii}. 



r.jn 111 Ml- Write 'to 



M. W. WAITT & CO., LTD. 

,\ii,! ^ Mu Will Know W hy ,^^ul W .int ilh- I'.dison 






tlons He doubtless Iuik rcason.s ^lur { it'.ssioii of the land. Quite- a number 
this i)elief. If the newspapers liave not g„ to Welsh farmers, who, it-seems, 

'misrepresented him we will learn what pypc-ijiHy- appreciate the skill of tin. . 

jthev are before long, 'i'he Kaisur Is . „,;,pVentice hand.s. / Week by 



!t„„"wise u man to allow the ej-cen 
■irlcities and extravagances of . the suf- 

•TniKeTTPS" tTTTiTOjTiTllTe him" against u 

lcau»e which is in itself a Just one. 

' 'I tore ire a number of peX)pl,e Ih 
Kngland who believe that the lives ol 
^^^__l+trt-^B.,,t.^4uUy of the. common peo- 
ple are too dull and grey. They think 



by v\ 
c< me In offers of employment fr.uu 
farmers and gardeners. It is expected 
that some of the bo>s wlir'i)resently 
be in demand as French gardeners, 
for they get a very thorough ground- 
ing In the system. Always the de- 
mand Is In advance of the' s dpply. a nd 
the home office not only — givffu -tw- 



pic are too ovm imii i^-yj- -•■-.' , fducatl<m that has much of the hornet 

that when the Puritans banished _thO|Rnd-nothlng of the prls<m, b4#t can 
.1, ..til....... n-T..><jn .<ii. even .•.i*k....f 4>.......v.ir. t*tn,i f,,*. tt.iu li|.|\'c2 the 



sports on the village green or even 
the extravagances of the Christmas 
revel.s they made a great mistake. 
Men and women, young and "'J^'";^ 
the better for --bfilni 



people do not think that we of today 
know how to be merry as our fofe- 
fathers-did. S.. thoy hjave set them- 
s.eU'es deliberate!}' to work to revive 



without trouble find for the boys the 

opening for which their education. Ills 

them." i' -■.■*- .■>.-■■' ' ■ '^ 

-• — It ia hoped, that the tefeprd can. be 

Tjiese , rnadi> even better than th1sr iVtKTTlrat 



there will not hereafter Ije even ten 
out of every hundred lost to usefulness 
and virtue. This 'It is believed could 
be accomplished if the reformatory 



belVcS UCil'Oerateiy VO wmiv w" ».....»- u^ acconipiisiicu il mi^ 1 t:».w« iiiwi'.'* J 

the old Morris dances and other out- | schools were extended to older prl- 

t .» .....1 ^..t'olQ r\f thA .oast. RnnorH • 



Unrivailed Recipe for 
PreserviRg Peaches^ 

Pai-e and halve the fruit: leave it as whole as po^lble.^ Allow for 
eaclf pound, fruit 1 lb. white sugar.- Dissolve ^ he sugar in j si 
enough cold water, to 8atur:ite_ it,--use "nf-^a'f ■ <^"Pf"l^ t*^ .^^^ 
pound.. Stir well..' Lot boil- ten minutes and sWm. Bja no h about fVve 
peach plts'for each pound of fruit l'"^.P'tV«r'<«h' ut ni minu es"' 
-Then put in the peaches and cook until clear (ab yt -^'*. ™'7'lti v ' 
Remove from the kettle and set away in a cool l'l^.''*^f°\f„^,,^V?^^ 
let it stand for-2-Xo 3 day.s. then turn the syrup oft jtnd boil till it 
Hlightlv th]cken57Wlt-TTHbTlTTS--rn'er the peachee. Put -up a jars. 
In canning, pack, the pear^tPs ttr thB-Jar and pour the syrup over 

"our preserving peaches are HERE.^tNE-FflUlT. LOW- 
EST MARKET PRICE 

TSic Saunders Grocery Co., Ltd. 

Phone .28 . The Bargain Centre 561 Johnson Street 



door games and revels of the past. 

Very appropriately the movepient 
has begnn ut Stratford on Avon-, 
Shakespeare's town . fpr .the greatesit- 
of English poets loved mirth,, anil 
sb.owed that Uvea were never so Biid 
but there was a time to laugh. 

Miss Alary Neal is the leader of^he 
Ksperance Guild of Morris dancer^. In 
a building culled the Pari.sh Parlor she 
and eighty men and w^men diligently 
practice the long forgt>iten steita-'frmt 
I motions of, the old-time revel?. T'ht^re 
I are branches in many oth«r ijarts of 
England, but tt Is to Stratford th.at 
most of those come who desire to 
learn the dances 



Boners. 



A .fully equipped moffern Business College iii e4iargc^ of an 
experienced Commercial Specialist, a Gold Medalist 

in Gregg vShorthand '• ' — 

Text Books Furnished Free to Students of this Department 
" DAY AND EVENING CLASSES 
.\ddress all inquiries' to 

THE PRINCIPAL, JAMES BAY ACADEMY 



_._XEGA.L. INTELL IGENCE 

Before MAcddnald. C,_J;A., In- -chambers. 
Paterson Timber do, v, Canadian Pa- 
cific Lumber Co.. Ltd.— This was an 
application by Sir Charles lljbbert 
Tupper, K.C., for an order refusing the 
jdinlsslon into the appeal books on ap- 
peal to the Supreme Court of Canada, 
of a certain statement prepared by tl^e 
respondents, plaintiffs, .against the 
fanadlan- Pacific Lumber Co., Ltd., 



I wuiK yJ>^^^•i^ v.. to the proportionate ttmo.ui^jLi!l_.e?<l"'';' i 
learn tne dances. AnK.ng these ">e jtir and hemlock which was contracted' 
school teachers from all over Kngland. I for by the Canadian Paollic Lumber 



Phone 2041 



166 Medina Street 



The Toronto Globe say* ttiftt a num- 
ber of Engll.>*h and Scottish college 
women have been successful as ttjach- 
ers .»n theweslefh ^prairies. This, work 
ought to prove congenial to edm^nted 
women from the Motherland. That a 
teacher brought up In England will 
have some trouble accommodating her- 
self to the environment she finds In a 
Canadian scTTool dtstrliU,' is certain, but 
\t win prove stimulating Intellectually 
;)<; well as physically. If she be the 
right sort of woman Canadian chil- 
dren will benefit greatly by their to1\- 
tact with her. Jt Is to be hoped. most 
of those who trfke up work are. not. 
like the voung ls»dy described lii 'the 
Clobe. birds of passage. A woman 
whose ambition Is to circle the globe 
i« not likely to ninke a study of her 
pupils. Some^vhere In this big province 
of ours it is probable this graduate of 
a Scottlch university I* teaching t»il» 



By their aiil it is, hoped to Introduco 
these Inwcent and iherry sports with 
the tiweet music that, accompanies 
them Into every, town a'hd AlllJige in 
Kngland. . ' . 

' There may seem somelhftig whimsi- 
cal In the Idea of making a nation for- 
get ltd sorrows and-- trbublep by .so 
simple an expedle*»t. .But these n-re 
wise people who tell us that outward 
«^>tervances have n very far reaching 
eiftect. It Is certain that If the young 
people of England or, of any country 
can be taught to t: k. ihelr pleasure 
In the ilghl of da ^' d of at night. 



Co., Ltd. 

On the IrIM of ,' this action before 
Clement, J., this statement was allowe<l 1 
bv the Judge to be* put in hiit the .same ' 
was to be verified by evidence which 
the plaintiffs Hgrreed-to -do. They then 
presented the statement so prepared to 
the appellants' soUeltor.s who raised 
no objection to same an«J-fDr that rei^- 
spn produced no evidence verlfylnS !*• 
' Sir C. H. Tupper, for the apfjellan'ts, 
the Canadian ParlHc Lu mber Co., Ltd., 
argued that although the fespondeiits 
were granted leave to' prepare this 
Atatement. on the trial the same was 




ttaauirtrii mmf v r :m.'mMim>9 . i a im mw i 



You 



i\€ver 
L's Saw 



aw 



a whole lot more meat flian -a 
customer wants JiIkI to malco 
sales. W'p ■ ffSTi't have to. 'VN'e 
make 'sales and ."iteady rustom-ns 
too by. giving people JusLcx.aotly 
What they want of the chtrteeHt 
nieilts w.e'can g»"t. And bo. good 
are our meat.s'tliat w.. notloe peo- 
ide always order a linger quan- 
tity the second time, '(^y tt. . f?ee 
our windows for prices. 



IDEAL MEAT MARKET 



«20 YATES 8T 

PHONE 5n 

am— iiiMM III iiiwii'Tiiiii— 



In the Sight of da ^' d of at night, never put in as an exhibit, and further. 
and If "they learn to .-.vifrcise their Uhal as such statement was produced 
bodies Instead jttL—aiira'ilating their to hfm after th«? trial, it could there- 
.sens^s the rominc B'enernti.in will" toe [frtre not be Inserted In the appeal hooks 
bcth stronger and bplter. It was . a | on appeal to the. Supreme Court of 
very ^Ylse and gt>od man who exhorted Canada; further, that In interpretiiiK' 
his hearers to re'Jotee evermorse, 'and the reasons of Judginent of Clement, .1., 
the. promise that sorrow and sighing the learned.^. li ,i dge . .. n . s . H essed the dani- 




eaCiies 



Per Crate, $1.10 



University School 



FOR BOYS 



FOR BOYS 







Have You Tried 

CURINA? 

You'll never be satlsfled i»lth any 
otlier Toilet Lotion after you do 
try it. It Is made from an espe- 
cially nne formula,' from best and 

pui-est materlnls. 

Keep* the Skin Soft anil 

Clear ' 

mskos the tiands and arms white 
jinrl v'elvety. At this store, only 
25c and* AOo t>ottIe. 



shall' Tree~a^vRy Is not often, eriough 
fulfilled In our day. - -'■-■-' — 

^VVrr^hr Canada are in no small 
danger of becorning a people among 
\»horn Innocent mirth Is sure. Youfag 
people are devoted to 8|)ort, but in 
how much' of their »|)ort is theregen- 
ulne fun. play for the sake of play? 
The result of this Knglish experiment 
will be watched with- Interest, 



We are too apt to look upon Eng- 
land as slow and iinprogreslye. and 
to prl.de ourselves on our enterprise 
and resourcefulness. But these are 
many way.s Itt which the motherland 



i., ages from a statement of elairii nlono 
— - -g^lvlng no bearing to the staU'ment de- 
sired to be Insert ed a nd that the words ' 
"as to the "list tw o items t h tr -irmouiit 1 
\ylir be as In the statement made up 
and submitted." could not pos.stbly re- 
fer to the statement s'\ sti^m4tteil as It 
would only amount to six hundred odd ;, 
dollars making a Judgment for $l(>,00(i 
instead of $25,000 as was given. And ■ 
further that when the matter of set- ' 
tling the appeal books came before the j 
Appeal (!ourt here no mention wfis t 
made a.s regards this staternent and | 
the appeal' books went a.s ihe\- nuw ' 
stand. j 

. Keefer <Bberts & Taylor), for the I 



. Vou Can-t r-Mi This For Value,' but we siron-lv advise you 

111 avoid disappointment „ 

PLAGE ORDERS WITH US 

NOW , • . -^ . 



The West End Grocery Co., Ltd. 

I002 Governmeat Street Tels. 88 and 1761 



Xmas Term (Jommences Sept. 6th 



At 9:30 a.m. 

Fifteen Acres of Playing Fields 

. ill Spacious. \New Brick Building. 
Accommodation for 120 Borders, 
Chemical Laboratory : Organized Cadet Corps: Musketry In- 
struction : Football and Cricket : GymndLsium* 

and Indoor .Rifle Ran^e. 
RECENT SUCCESSES AT McGILL AND R.M.C,. 

WARDEN: 

Rev. VV. \V. Bolton. JvI.A., Cambridge. 

PRINCIPALS: 

R. V. H.-,rvcy. M..^., Canib., J C. Barnacle, .Esq., Lond. Un; .-.. 

as.sistc! ' ' resident .staff of University Men, 

! .' !^ ><;]ircfin^ Afiply the Bur.sar. 



HALL'S DXUG STORE 

Telephone 201. 

Cor Vate? and n<.ugUis street.«. 



can teach "us lessons we need to learn. 1 respondents, argued tliat from the ex- 

m Canada experiments are being made tracts of the reasons for judgment of , 

in the reformation of boys on farms. <Mement J,, the fol ovying word., u.^ed ; 

in Kngland the home office has proved by the • learned trial .judge "as to the- 

, V . ! „„. „r .v.* luria »aU^„ ast two toms the amount will be as 

that ninety per '-•!">_"f^ '^^ '"■''« i^^'l^m the statement made up and submit- 

up for various «'jf««<'*^ <=,«»- •'^^^-^^^^'^ ted." that the statement .«o referred to 

t by, setting them to-Avork,to learn Sar- j j^ the statement objected to by the an- 

jdening. Other occupathma are taught i,^„^^.^^, ^^,^^ ^^.^^ ^ ^.^^ peeessarv I 

some of the boys, but first they must j ^^j. ^^^ Supreme Court of Canada t' 
j all learn to cultivate the garden. An.j,^^,^ before It some statement showing 1 
1 Inspector gives ttrp following descrlp- uj,^ perrentage as to which Was cedar, 
I lion of one of those gardens; 1 fl^ or hemlock, in ca-'^e they do not gh e j 

I "The Krench garden, of which the ^ judgment v>n the whole of the logs | 
I neat frames extended all along one 1 as ' vvas .gl\;fn by, the trial Judge, but. 
I islde of the vegetable garden, is the, only on a part, and as same, was un> i 
crown' of an experiment of cohaplcu- doubtedl.\ referred, to In cienHiit, .1 . : 
ous efficacy. It has reformed scores Jn his judgment It must bi> Inserted 




L 

BRUNOT HALL 

SPOKA.NE 

A Boarding and Day School for Olrls. 

A church scliool whose aim is the 
I verv best tn instructors and ecjulpnient- 
I Cheerful, hoinellke. bufldlngs; whole- 
some cllm:\te; gymna-limi, music .Iiall; 
privHtP Iheatrlcal.s.. Special features are 
; th» art studio, giving instruction In 
Idiffeient art branches and the music dc- 
par-tm'ent with Its staff ,. «f foreign 
i" trained Instructors. Certificate admits 
1 to Smith, Welle.«ley ami otheir eastern 
eolie«es. For further lnfornltftlon>-ad» 



of young criminals, and Its 'Influence 

is more apparent for good every year. 

The garden Is ihtensiye throughout. 

It was a suggestive sight earlier In 

Ihe year &j wa.lcH a group of the smart 

I uniformed boys, most nf them town 

I b(.ya convicted of theft, engaged In 

bunching rhubarb- 'rhe\ enjoyed the 

work' for many reasons, and otnoiig 

' the reasons was a precise knowledge 

of the commercial value of their Work. 

The patch was rather less than o,n 

ucre. and It produced ,£J3JL w<>JCih .of 



Macdonald, C..I.A., held, on reading 
the reasons for judgment of' ClfSniiVni,- 
J., the trial Judge \nidoubtrdI.\ . from 
the' words used in his j.udgment.- wns 
partly guided by the siiid statement, 
and that being sri whs of ppbilon th.il ' 
san>e. sh'o'fnn be InserXed In the iipixal 
books. I 



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SPECIAL hglfWMfifnL^m % \ ^« ^irll HI IRON I 
COMING M/K^7^-y^s^:ii,^^^^^^ D, YDFN 

\ ,1 - • ■■ '■ 'inpany.eyf Associate Playei;8, in .^el'^''t Urpert'Mve 

3 Miglits, Commencing August 25th 

■ |.. -aiming George ,.\.i.'s ci-ser Comodv 

" FATHER AND THE BOYS " . 

, , ,n,i of the greatest compiles, ever wnttr. 13 ^e- 

13. 

■ ■.'uery and ■eh-' 
■ if hea't of lh<- >.< as. mi 
, I pi.vatl. aSc, 35c and 50c. 
1 ;.siiny~"\"AiiSu.''t -••*•■■ ■ , , 



I'r 11 ■! 




New Grcind Theatre 



■W.'EEX At;OUST 22. 
I.EONABB, LOttlE and OII.I.ETTE 



Rough Reproof j 

bONDOX, Aug. ■ 20.— The ,i>e(-uliar 
manner Tn which a couple of Irisli- 1 

, ,. ^,.,,,,, ,„ I ca^ «..^rn, ,»r men; living in County. Cork, reproved l 

,.cre. and It produced ^,8^^^^«^^„2f fa neighbor who was unpopulnr in the' 
l.rodtice last year. A cortain rnamia r« .J^ „ J„„,,.,hed at the -petty 



T 



illCRiatis 



pleasure belongs to the pulling and 
hiihdlin^ of such croj^s; the Sense of 
harvesting speaks to the chfvrncter 



dress. 



jrM.\ r. HAiAkV, Principal. 

• Kpokaue. 'Wftslilngton. 



"In round figures the 100 bpys have 
JUHL-ttcxea. of. lomL to live In artd to 






Corrig College 

-rla, B. 



MTV~-I.- 111... »•.-"' ■ 



ONTARIO 

LADIES' 

COLLEGE 



(Tr.'ifiUt;af Cftstle) 

WHITBY. ONt. 
CANADA. 

Oppiin Sept. Sth, l<)in 



r'i:RFr-:cT surroundings 

rrl.I, COUB««B IK 

literature Elocution 

Munic '"'"«' ^'■'» 

Hou!fefioU Science, etc. 

Splendi.l nrc-mization. Rates moderate. 

HRiT« TlIK rRI.VClPili ron (-.ILINDAR 

ItKV. .j! .). liARR. rh.n. 

\s hilb.v.iOnl. 



Queen's Academy 

271. "i Rodk Bay AveTnin. 



\ for girl-' of 1 

Re-lipens Thursday, 
September 1 

ThniKiiBli. prHi-ili-sl In.'^H ui 1 lull .given 
In nJi'TSnplisli suliJect'J as well ^s In' 
the higher hrnnfhps of study. 

F'or further Infinmatl'iii I'dll "n or 
,.i,'l.-lr«-.«s 8. D. POPE. I.I.. P., 

riKuie l.'ion. I'rincipal. 



Beacon HIU Park '^'^' 

.■-:clcc-,t liixb-' '.' •' '"1 . 

Hoarillng CuIIck.; : !■■;..'< mI s 

to 18 years. Rellnements of 
\vetw»pp<»lnted gentlemen's lionu: 
In lovely BTeacon Hill Park. Num- 
ber llmlled. Outdoor sports. Pre- 
pared for Business I-ife or Pro- 
r.BSlonal or- University oxaminfi- 
lloiis. Fees Ijnclr.sive and strict- 
ly modernli-: A few vacancies at 
niitomn term. SoplembGi- 1st. 
Principal, vT. V7. CH URCH, MA 

UNlVtRSITY SCHOOL FOR 
GIRLS 

Cllve-WoUey House, O.ik Bnv, Vic- 
toria, B.C., high-grndf! day and board- 
ing «chnol for young ladles of nil 
ageB. All subjects , taught. Pros- 
pectus on application. 
Principal— Mrs. 8t«dh«m, Cfrt. Eng. 



liverk. Parts ^re thick with . fruit; 
vdum nnd other fruit trees; gooseber- 
ries and smgJI friilt underneath; and 
earlier In the year bulbs or . other 
.flowers' made gay lines betWeen th,e 
g(>oseberrie.s. ■ For the ground Is cul- 
tivnted Inten.^vely over all Its space, 
find on the ground every boy without 
f-.xccptioTi ijcgin.M his instruction." 

I o schortlB is allowed 

i., s|Kiiii iiiM .sp.'ir.' time In cultivating 

1 ll'ttle garden of lij.'; very <nvn.- The 
I privilege is highly vnlui'd." and these 
•little plots fU'e filled vvlth rare and 

l<.\-el\' flowers. Xot nid\- lTi;it. luit the 
J ide\-erest devices :ii-c nsi'd (<<r Ibe pm- 

V>»g<i*lon and protection (.( • 

nlnnts. This work Is iloii.' 
j i.-(dM<d "'■■■: 1 '^ 1 • I ' irfl.\ ■ "rill 

I t;ir\'. 

'I'he rcHUit iif I lie s;. .si(;u) 

ii.e following parfigrapffr 

which \y mJKlii \ 

country 

"And whut happcii.s .^a.£tcrunrd.x 

these companies of 'happy .gardem < 
' whose hnndf nre ini's\' with picking In 

place of .stealing? ("nh a French 



village. wa:s described at the •petty 
sessions at Durrus, t'ouiity i < "ork. II 
was stated that a man named Tobln, 
antl another who htis fled 'to Amerb'n, 



...... ....... 'They then i 

dropped him nine feet until his li''a<i 
bumped the groimd, and pulled him | 
up again. It was '.said that the vi.nim j 
was "terrlhly frightened" by his ex- | 
perlence. Toliln was sent to jnlt ft r >\ 
month, tn default of payniff, ■(! MTiir" ' 




Diaoiplin* for Monks 
\'il'IONNA. Aug. ,20.— 'The i)rovlnclal 
(if the Capuj;'hln Order' of monks In 
Austria- H*+««4try.. Father Andreas 
CaaH, of V+TitiJTfi^ has sent oiit a clfc-u- 
lar commandlitig 'file monkC In the 
name of the Pope, to live accrvrdlng | 
to the strict ancient rules of the order, \ 
which have fallen into disuse of Intel 
year.t. The Cnpuchln monks itvSy tiOt 1 
wear hats, shoes or any linen, and they 
mn.v not sleep In lieds, but must, lie! 
on two narrow planks with a single 
coverit't; They may not tiathe or shave 
their beards tho.ugh the tonsure is the 
rhe reintroductlon of the 'an(;lent 
■ tlje i;tuse of much discontent. 
• ' li'Ti- In ii;>)dy it onl.\'- to 
I,, 111' (11.11 miinlcji.tbiti is t|w>i 

' ciiii.sc III urt .it I'xiltciiv Ml ,11 



VENETIAW STBBBT S.INOEBS 

^ ,.^, ., ,ii 11, 1 ■ ' ■■'■^il s^Jec- 

THB MISSES CABMBW and AtX-ISOK 

:-;,!,.. .- ,,,-• . !:is i'''' ""rt popular.' 

HAI?.KY ». C|t.OSBY 

' „.,•■.,,, I iiy,, ANA l.ivR ^ . 

,,, n.Mm^." «.r.-. ,"PacK Home." 

OBO STOKES nnrt CAB-KIE ' RYAN 

, ,, I ,,• ,.., ■ , I r i.cctliiirw melodiee.. 
In <l<'t I ''1 '■• ' ' ' _ , _ 
THOMAS J. :?B!tCE. 
NEW MOVIWG- PICTURES. 
OUa O-WN ORCKE3TBA. ^ 

MAJESTIC THEATRE 

N VTI-S s'iMtioi-r .^,^ • ■ 
IXin't miBs this biff featuw Mil 
— - Monday and" TueBda,y 

"A Clilld's Frtlth," MioKraph. 

"A Storm on the Blue Coast," Scenic 

"A Hunting Meet," l>r-amn. 

"On the Wroug Scent." 

"A Iiftay'" Pttrge," two great comedies. 



Pantages 




iLdl! V 



AUOUBT 2aiid AI.I. 'WEEK 

FIGHT PICTURES 

BOB riTJSSIMMOHS VS. BHiI. I.ANO 

At ."Jiilii''>, .Aii-'triiil.i. on Boxing Hay. 
Deci.mbev L'tJlhi grefll ' moving picture.'^ 
of' tlii.^ 12-roimd liistnrtc bBttle. TIt' 
best fitflit pK lUres' ever exhibited. The 
lni« oppopiuiiity' you .Will ever have of 
sr-cing FiizHiinmntiB ill the ring. Lang 
iHtlic c'lrwlnM' cTTavnplon and Will 'vi'hip 
;lobn«i'' •■ ' ' V 

■ jjUiov •■■'" an* «fven.lflg. 

running r.iiitlnuoti: ' nO p. in, tn 

10:30 p. m. 




^.-.i,i l,. i ' ii I 



frame or a trreenhouse or a niilcli <<i\v J.lroughton Street, 



W.iiUed pupils for einor'.'.der,\ . W .. 
nf all kinds.--- -Mrs. E. \Claudlo. g 



Anything In Groceries 
You Want Wc Have Li 

The very best at 
VERY BEST PRICES 

(H,^ 3l lbs. 'Butter for. $1.00, is n 
wl'tiner; nothijig. better on the 
mnrkot. »-lb. bqx cti«*S«nt Cj-yi-n 
'fra' for fl.60' 

Moon'^v's full pall ^i<um s...i 
35 cSnts. 

ERSKINES- GROCERY 

Corner Johnr.on rtc.'! 'JUH(ir:i ■ i.m 
Phonf lUG. 



EMPRESS THEATRE 

Oaorge A. IiSveUe, Mnaagor, 



Victoria's Exclusive Picture House 

.Showing dhiy the Best pictures, ob- 

■> . tRinitble • 

SPECIAL MATINEE TODAY 
FORLAWES AND CIllLDRfcN 

AMyVIEURS 
TO NIGHT 

If 

ROMANO THEATRE 
Monday and Tuesday 

four Feature Reels 

: Romano Orrhr^tra 



ikubscribc for IKE COLONIST 1 Advertise "in THE COLONIST 



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Tuesday, Au3u*t 22, 1810. 



VICrrORIA DAILY COLONIST 



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We are Satisfied That We 

Can Please You 



We know we have the best suits in the city for the 
money 5 and not last season's stock either, but in- 
stead, ^ood bright seasonable fall goods made up 
in styles that will suit the most particular dresser 
of to-day. Prices range from $15.00. 



FINCH & FINCH, 



1107 GOV'T ST. 



The Last Week— Great 
Clesirance Furniture Sale 

THIS iS-'IHB I^AST WEEK OF OUR GREAT AUGUST CLEARANCE SALE. 
Sale Closes on Saturday Next. Do not let this great opportunity pass by without taking 
advantage of the bargains we are offering Everything reduced. Real bargaifts for every- 
one. Come in Today and see our stock of bargains for every room in Ifie house. 



HANDSOME I Carpet Squares j DRESSER 



SIDEBOARDS 

Imperial golden oaiv (in- 
ish, has British bevel plate 
inirror, 14x24.; T\y<>^rawers^J 
fur^ cutlery, ■«tc',''two|larg<i: 
cupboards. Top is •18x44^ 
This is a real good bargain 
at the regular price, $17.00. 
Clearance • Sale Price is 
$13.60. 

Sec our fine stock pt^idieT: 
boards, Buffets, China Clos- 
ets, etc. ^ -Ml at reduced 
pfjces. 



Special bargains are offejfr, 
ed in High Grade Tapestry 
Squares and Rugs, the pro- 
duct of Scotland's' best 

vylopDIiS. ^ee thefn today. ^11 
rcdiicedriii price. Hundred^ 

. ot Squares to select from, 
iricliiding Royal Wiltoti, Ax- 
Oiinster, Velvet, Brus.sels, 



Wcsol and Art Squares. 7 
Linoleums of. all grades, 
and Matting, reduced to 
clearance prices. See them. 



AND STAND 

H ere is a real fcaf gam— 
the best, III tKe'city., Solid 
quarter-tut golden oak Dres- 
ser and Stand, handsome dc- 
. stgH-a»«t4*«i*trt4fully finished. 
Dresser has 20x24 Kritish 
bevelled mirror and the two 
pieces sell regularly at $30. 
"This is tTic best buy in tolnr 
at the Clearance Price, ^4 
^Many other designs in stock, 
some lower, some higher 
in price 




BRANTFORD CARRIAGE COS 




BUGGIES 
CARRIAGES 
EXPRESS WAGONS 
CARTS, Etc. 



A Complete Stock 
Always dn Hand 

EVERY, RIG GUARANTEED 



« Sole At^cnts for B.C. 

E. G. Prior & Co., Ltd. Lbty. 

Victoria, Vancouver and Kamloops. B.C. 



Boys' "Lion Brand" Knickers 

WILL STAND THE RACKET "^ 

Strongly niadc for ihi.s purpo.se, wijh (louble knees, (innblc 

seats ai3xl double scaiiT^. Serges and Tweeds, Per iKiir, 
$1.50, $1.00 and ;V/i . i . . . .i ^ .... .75f^ 



1420 Douglas St. 




& CHAMPION 

Near City Hall 



"The Better Value Store 



SPECIAL PRICES THIS WEEK ON LION BRAND 

SUITS 
2-Piece, 3-Piece and Long Pants — A. Full Range 



W. G. CAMERON 



The Cash Clothier 



581 Johnson Street 



GET YOUR GUN, SIR 



tiet lis take a look at it and see It it needs pleanlngr or repairing. 'VTe 
criiarantee all our work and will put U in proper shape for ttie^^Oanio 
Season. Now, whlje you don't use It Is the time for repairs. Our 
charges are always moderate. 



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GUNSMITH 
ETC. 



J. R. COLLISTER 



1321 GOVT <^T 
J'HONE 663 



Succes or to J->hn Bftrn^lcy <£: Co. 



Sale of Tennis Raquets 

We are clearing out this year's stock of Tennis Racquets at 

The Dart. $8.50 to . ...;.$6'.75 

The Premier. $8.00 to ........; $6.25 

The Tournament, $4-75 to $3.25 

The Rival, $2.75 to . . .$1.J>5 

Look-in our wTTtdow for prices, etc., pn other ."Styles' /" 



Secretary of Cricket 'Associatil)fr'DuOef- me Auspioes~of Whicii 
the Present Tournament Is Being Conducted. 



nPllPN RPn^ 920 GOVERNMENT STREET 

*jS i l^l/lvirT lJi\V70o ; Opposite Wei!er'» . , 

T 'i^mmmmm-m:rmmmmm^mmmmmKKiia^mmmammiBmmmi^^mmmmmiflKmmmmmmmmmmimmmimmmmmm^t^t^Ktimmmmmmmimm 



OPENING OAfiS 




JWINI 



Victoria Wi^ns From Albion's 
.and A. ,F. ^R. Martin Ba_ts 
Splendid Century--Portland 
Victorious Over Nanaimo 



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♦I 



RESULTS CRICKET n 
GAMES YESTERDAY :\ 



4f i'ubjk'c sr.nOT.ui8; \'ic- ♦♦ 
loria dtfWited' AllSibjB*. 327: to ■•■ 

.Vt Ben'ou ilill: Burraril '■■*■'] 

1 \':uii'(ii!\,i'r r >i'r.:il(cl Sf.UtU.', ♦! 

1 . -iny-T. ■ ■ >-1 

\'iui'.<)uvcr ■♦•'' 

<'<i!;i\ if'Uay unci Baind* ■*■ 

'I' ■ T (m the' first ■♦• 

'■ ■. ■ V ♦ 

.... ... _;roiipcl9: Port- -♦ 

1 •' ' ilofeutfU X;rnHtrio, i:!l i i ♦ 

•• ; oil tliv 1ir.«t inniiuTs. » 



» ♦ ♦ 4 

• Mi: 



4 O ♦ 4> 

,<i»rtli .vo 



:■ y n.'iiH;eiilL-m ■ • \\ i!i i 

lour gamps m mm ,-'..ii nvl.i 

x\ hori' tlif I'iii il will 

.lul.llir Iv.-^l'.ltl! tM-O;' 

; I' ill; ;ilch i|iiii l'< > I " 

I'. _^ _ 3I1 .1 .Vli li\' J ll'j i i „ _ 

!l)0 icfiuUa the tra'm.'i, which eanie 
Jiroiiph the rirat day witli I'olVirV .still 
ilyinii IIP Victorln.. Biirrai , < 
couvcr), Vanoo'iiv T .i-ui r.,y 

Without a , ill til 

line was the Bhii\> my madi; ii.vi'uit-' 

' '11(1 against Nanninvo. There were, a 
rnib'T who had slated tho eleven 
I nim-thc Coal City as probable win- 
1 trs of the title. It wag aald tliat they 
hiul a strnng- aggregation; o.iic that 
\\(ivil<l iir(jv<? (Uingorous to any of the 
»eani8 «nierecl. Two facts are quntcd 



.s reasons jfor their. <l«fcat. The first 
—and that "<ri ted by Nanalmb as tho 
nost important — is that they vverts 
forced to take the field lacking a 
noimter of their best m.ei.. The otlier.. 
and this is admitted by the Can- 
iiilians, is that the cricrketers from the 
Rose City put up |i much finer game 
than \vias generally anticipated. They 
were sfrohg in all departments, being 
handy with the bat and panticularl^ 
Smart in the field. ■ ] 

Today, of course, there Jidil be an- 
clhei-. four matches.. The- Vancouver 
onvi Nanaimo • teams. claslV at the Unl- 
Xerslty school grouHds; the ,L;arris»on 
and Portland elevens will engage in 
an argument on the Work Point pitch; 
Victoria will compete with Seattle on 
the Jubilee crease; and the Straw* 
bt^rry A'alc-Saanii-h n.i<grega;10n will 
meet Purrard (Vancouver; at Beucon 
Hill. In the opinion of :those ^7hP 
\satc:)ied yesterday's contests closely 
that between the Garrisbp ftnd Port- 
lHn<r should be 'one of the" liawt inliBr* 
<i:;liiig ol the series. 

A. F. R. Martin's Cemtury 

The opening day of the tourney 

opened with a sllglit fog interfering 

With the crlcketrjrs. ■ It disappeared, 

howeier, before a slight breeze, which < 

C't.fitantfy grew in volume until It be- 

mmo anno.viiigf. Much ^ko the day 

v.ere the fortunes of the Victoria 

team. CApt. Martin (who was actmg 

in place of ivouis York, who vvas not 

playing) >von the toga and elected to, 

bat .senuing in Glllcsplo and Tie. J. 

Spain opened the attack for tho Al- 

iviiin.s, his partner on tho other; Hide 

I <inK- fi. W. tsnirty. Th*- batters play- 

• ■ iip.n'Ki run for a low overs, \\4rtrn- 

' ii'l .-I victim to l.p.w, ThomaS' 

rqllowedl'the proces.^lon. 

! y- threa(.iaokeiL_good ' ft>r 

• 'ill. a« the wind blev7the 

. .. did '('aiitaln Martin, and 

' '• li-iiti.trir piKsii aslUo'.llie l)owIing' 

'! ''1^1 ' iiu' to Victoria.,- They 

fr<iii 43 to 228. In 

iflnV 120— the flr.«;tof 

I I'ntiirles. He bftt- 

iiiii wa.s tlif^ rocipif'i'' 

iN'i Kf.l nvdll.iTi .111 Yin.'iny r.iUi^ 

■ ' : ''• ■■'• ■■■'' ' -nrr. 'I'll" \ "- ' 

.when • • , hat, AVP! 

tuaUc :.... , ■ 1 .,..,. ' 

livldual s(0]r^ 



First Inniiu 

J. H. aillespie,. lOi^A^ 

Thomas, b E. W. Ismay 

T. B. Tyc, l.h.w. BarraclouKii .... .' 

C Coates b Bariraclough ...... r« 

A. F. R. mi-tin, b f?i"tt .120 

,J. C. Barnacle, b E. W. iunv^y 03 



R. M. Hlbben, not oat . . . . . . ... 28 

J W. D. York, b E. W. Isniay .. ., 11 
A. T. I-.own.y, not but .... ..... 42 

F. Galllher and F. T. • Marshall 
did not bat. 

Ryes .. . ; .... .18 

Leg byes , 4 

Wides 2 

No ball .. ..-. .' .^ . . .. ....... 1 



Opponents, that of Payne and Crosfleld 
being specially good.. Manning, for 
tho interior eleven, ran up a higher 
total than any Individual in the first 
Innings, wltti 24. although this vva» 
topped. In Vancouver's second by 
I'avne, who made 43. 
The scores follow: 

Ist Innings. Kootehay 

.^-^tubbs, stumped' .\rthur, b Peers.'. 8' 
Kerr (Capt.), c Sweeney, b Cr.is- - 

field ..■ .V » 

Mahoh, . b Pear-'^ 12 

Mutter, b Morri.'c 21 

. .9 

1 

24 



\Vright.«ion, b Pt ar.s 

Wilkinson. b,M>rris 

Manning, b t'Yos.ulield 

Daneaborough, c Crossfleld, 

Hodge.s • • • 

^mith, b Payne 

Crawford, b. Pay no 

Wade, not "ut , . . . . 

Extras ■ . . • ■ 



Worth 

J. Panham, run out 

C. Gumming, c. J. Jephson; b. 

Illingworth .......... . .' . . ■ 

S, "Hookc, c. Shepherd;' ta. W. 

Waugh . ......' 

A. McKenzie,, not out 

Extras 



W. 

W. Waugh .;.. .. 2 

J. Waugh 

L. Shepherd ». 

H. Jephson o 



Hindmar.sh 
J. Jephson 
Illingworth 



■» Total 



327 



Bowling Analysis 



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2 

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■1 . 
4 



Spain .._ 

•Ismay. "E: \V,. .... 
Barraclough . . . . 
Trimen . . .... . 

I.xmay, H. A 

Feglcr .... . . . . 

Scott ' 

First In^ir^gs Albion 
W, ; E. Ismay, b Barnacle . . ..... 

H. H. Ptfgler, b Galllher 

C. N. Scott, ot. Marshall, b Barn- 
acle . . 

H. A. lernay, to OaUlhef .... .. .: 

U I}. Trimen, l.b.-w. Galllher .. .. 

J Barraclough, b Barnacle .... . 

H..Wy).er.-b Grilllher-.. .. ., .... 

(. Gifford, b Barnatle 

C. I. Clegg, b Galllher , . . . , 

J. Spain, b Barnacle . . .. .. .. ... 

JL-JSkHtlcrson, not out .. 

Byes , . . . . . . . . . . '. , 

r.eg byes .. , .. . ' ,\ 

No balls . . . . . . 3 

Totnl' . . . . ■. ,7.( 

Bowling Analysis , 

•■". ' ' ,,o.'.M. n.w. 

B&rnacle f^..', rt 37 r 

Galllher . . ; . ; it i 33 u 

' , Burrard's Victory, 

\ On 'the, nfst inning, 179 „ to. 7.0,, Bur - 
rard (Vancouver) oviTcamt^ the s. 
ftttle <5rlc»l<eteTfl. „The game wan r. > 
lufrlcs.". There wnan't anythlp 
markabln- In , the w.iy nf field); ; 

batting on I'lther .sitic Th, i iiiadians 
batteil consistenfI.\-. Srv . t. .) thrMr 
.men reVicliod (loiilili. I 
fnllins:,' w.liii'li :i. ...lint v 



MMi M'S iii'l . Ill' II!.' 1 iii !?■ I i 1 1 ■;; . i; ( ' ,1 
'iiPIl from the 'l",('rinin:i| i'it\. 
'Thf ,]<'*■■"■' ■ ■■ ■ fi.lliiws:' 

' hiiihig.''. 
1 I, Dayles. . . , 

• '. PottlcV. . .1- 

■ ' 1 • I : iiiriMon li, T'.' '. 

.■ IVttley. . . . I 

V. VVilllauiH li, Twynham (i 

.1. S. Dlcksfin <■ iind 1.), Twypli.Mii . . . 
H. McKIUop 1>, Pettley'. ......... ...,fv 

F.^ T. Lucas c, Balb?r c, Pettl«^V 27 

T. A. Milton not out.. ' 7 

W. ^. Camsron c, KJbblna b, Pottley. 2 



Total 

Ist InnloBS, Vancouver 
Morris, l.b.w.. h Mahon ........ 

DIght, b Stubbs. ........ V 

Peel, b Mahf)!) 

pears, b Mahon 

Hodges, b Stubbs . ........ 

P&yne,. b Wilkinson l . . . 

Sweeney, b Stvihljs 

Crossfleld. b Butler , \ 

Nelson, l.b.w., b Alclhon 

Hilton,- c Mahon, b Butjer . , . . . 
Arthur, not out 

Bxtrae j.: 

total ......' 

2nd Innings, Kooifnav 

Butler, b Sweeney 

Mahon, b Hodg< s 

^VrightBon,. Ii Cr^ssflekl 

Kfrr,. c Morris.' h Crosfleld 

Ktul)bs, b Pears 

.Manning, not out — , 

Extras ',.... 

T*Qtal ....... .'.jf......... 

2nd innings, Vnnconvrr 

Niei«0n,. not' out 

Payne, not out , 

ISxtras . ..* 



IB 

4 

8 
C 

117 

12 

4 
16 
11 

1 
20 

n 

2:1 
rti 
i« 

1 

128 

|31 

8 

11 

fl 

2." 

'7 

fi 

H 

31 

•irt 
3 



3 



3 



First Intilngs — Nanaimo 

H. Jephson, b. (?opp|nger 

J. Jephson, b. BalJoy :.., 

li. HIndmar.sli. r. i 'lunming; b. 

Bailey 

Illingworth, run out 

W. Waugh, b. Bailey 

J. Waugh, b. Bailey 

L,. Shepherd, c. Banham: b. Coijpin 

ger 

A, Clarence, b. , CoppinRor 

■G. Armstr'Jng. b. Hookc 

V. Waiigh, not'out '■■.,' 

Extras .... .4 



5 
33 



14 

1 

11, 

121 
R. 

6 
3 
17 
33 
23 
1,'! 
1:, 



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LEMON GONNASON CO., LTD. 

Phone 77 P. O. Box 36,3 



We can supply JUst what you want In lumber, 
Btcamed slash, grain fir and the latest in front 
fhish doori they are beautiful. 



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doors. Howard'3 



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■ Total..^ ...... , 77 

Portland's Tpjumph 

111 the match ijetween Portland and 

Nanaimo the former went first to bat. 

Bailey artd ,Berrldge nuvde a goon stalt 

putting up 25 for the first wicket. 

f'hnrchlf^v, who ToTlmved, played a fine 

iffs, hitting on six all run owl-. 

i;iiu. 33, was the top scorer with a 

ill. ndiil innings. Illingworth and Hind- 
:iiar.«.h bowled well" for Nanaimo. 
WUiJu Nanaimo went In it vvas soon 
.«cen that the l>ow+lhg of Bailey and 
• 'oppinger wa.'" going to pnive dlfti- 

iill to pl.ny. 'I;hia surmifie i^roved cor- 
: M-t for the. wliole .side was disposed 
-r for -14. In folliiwi-iii^,. 'Ill ilie.v. did .a 
iitllc hotlpr,, fsiiocln!'- ''''roncc who 
1.1:1 > I'll ,1 lliu>. Inning: not out. 

I'\.n\' ' ' '■■■' '"•■ " "'v wick- 

>■[;: 'od on 

boUl — 



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I-,. 1: •-. 1!. W. I : I liii.lin.iCHli ).■■> 

A. Uerriil,Kt', Il 1 1 iii.ini.i r .'ili ......... 

j; J. Churohlc;. . L. .1. .I<'pli«on 

M--CflWiJjiKer,. b. J. .loi)hHon n 

W. G. Smith, Ibw. b. Illtngwrntli ' . . 7 

E. Fenwick, b. I1Iingw(>rth 7 

O. Shipley, 0, Clarence; b. Ill lug- 



Bowl Ing Analysis. 



Balle.v .: . 

Coppinger 

flooke ; ... 

Banhan) '. . 

Second l.nnlngs-^Nanalmo 

Illingworth, Jl'v and b. Coppinger .. 

Hindinarsh, )ft.r:— Fenwick ... 

J. Jephsoni b. Fei'iWl<^l{ .■ • 

li. Sbophord, b. F(^nwlck 

Clarencei not 'put 

H. Jephson, b. Ballfv ,1 

W.-JVnugii, c.*"Church|ey.; b, Fen- 
wick . . . . ; 

J. Waugl), e. Banhai^; b. Fenwick 

G. Armstrong, c. Coppinger; b. , 
■Fenwick ............. 

B. Waughr riin out 

Ejotras " 



Newton & Greer Co. 

_ 1326 Wharf Street. Phone 887 



Bowling Analysis. 



K. Fen'wick 
Coppinger . 
Bailey .... 
Banham . , . 
Shipley .'. . . 




Notes 



, A;. F. R. Martin's century was pue 
of the finest samples dC baiting that 
has bceir seen on locttl' grounds- this" 
season. 

Portland Is anxious to \. in lo^ay's 
game, with the Garrison. Capt- Fen- 
wick declares that h«~' hasn't m uch 
hope of winning fro.m.4iiUJi£_CflJWLd.iMI 
teflm„s blit he w^nts to carry back 
with ' him the memory of several vic- 
tories;."" ■ ■■■"'7' 

-fi^aiW. Gad»by, of Porthuid, ore., hap-' 
peni'd to be in Victoria when the orlck- 
i.tors from that city reached her,e Sun- 

••: ' ■ ' . , !i • ' i iiis fel- 

iilly-lKC 

OIIS. 

CMUlcd .11 111'' I lux '.-t .-III .\ K'.'iili'. Wil'l:- 

tlif. Ameftlcans met Kanaimu. 



OpenlnK n^iatch on the yictorla grounds 
betwf'en .Victoria and the' Alhlons. 



.Aftertiocw- tea^-waA sewed- .by Alr^LliL- 
.Marlln, \iKss Pitts, Miss Arbuthnot and 
Mi.s.H Phyllis Masbn. 

' ATnorig the ispCctator.s notlc<^d. at the 
Juliilee grounds ye.iterday were-, Mr,, 
and Mrs. G. Gillespie, Mr. A. Cole, Mr. 
A. Longfield,. Mr. and Mrs. H. Pooloy, 
Judge Galllher, Miss Gllmore, Miss 
Pooley, Judge I^anipmah. Mr,. W. 
Biakemnre, Mr. and Mrs. Tunnard, Hf. 
Kinghan), Mr. Wllllnms. Mr» Mohun 
and Mr. Hewetson. 

atlB HANDICAP 

TOURMEY ANNOUNCED 



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L';iih iiisi . th' an- 


nual handi. " 


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t.i l''riUa\. till. 26th. A feature of this 
series will l)e a junior cl.ass. something 
v,hlch" Is ehtirtly, novel in Victoria: 
Jtoifl will "b e open ti:i_yi>uhg rnfen of l* 
yfears arid under. There will be ,ti6 
handicapping in this comr-etitlon, and 
the' award will be a handsome silver 
cup presenteil by H. W. C." KJrkbrijie. 
In the single handicap class there will 
be an alward of 'a cup glv^h by, Chal- 
loner & Mitchell. 

In th«-rt»pf«'4-:th«t 13. P. Schwengers. 
the international champiori, Intended 
going to Tacoma to 'meet .Emmerson. 
iene of the cracks bf the coast, and n 
nuriiber of other stars, there is no 
truth. Mr. Schwcngersi does nm in- 
tend making the trip. It is understo,,!, 
ufi a matter of fact, that the Borl-H V; •; 
l.i'pn arranged slmpVy to dec 
Is tiligible to acicompany tlio 
South for the competitionB oi m \: 
nionil) at Del A:ioitt«, California. 

Advertise in THE COLONIST 



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Tuscday, Auguat 23, 1910. 



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TENNIS 



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LACROSSE 



FOOTBALL 




FISHING 



lOLD LIKE 10 





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am Langford Eager to Enter 
Kwyg With Gharnpion As His 
Opponent— His View of the 
IVlatter ' ^^ • 



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K;l.!>.v, 



In rcfcrnntr 
Jack Johus'i.n, 
L-aiigioi'U.,- Ka> .-; 

It WHS this \va>. Mistah JuhnsiMi and 
I had a muss In Clielsea, Muaa., April 
26, 190(j. It was -to ibe 15 rounds. 1 see 
he says he lifked rue gmid .and i>lenty. 
If that the«' am t;he casie then, I ought 
to be very, easy for-him ««w, and he 
jcs' ought to hurry and -iv .nic (\i.sy 
'money lickln' me aKai: 

I wa.s. prett y light in Ui.-m .i.i.s.s. and 
1 didn't weiKh more than US pixmds' 
■when I got into tl»t^ ring. 1 suali givo 
away 5.0 pounds to tluit gent Johnson, 
and he looked down on nie just likt) 
he was on top of tlie Singer »Bullding. 

He suaJi tliought he liad a ciueh 
-wKh a liitle fellow like nie, and ho 
dan^'ed arviund grinning line. He had 
that nice little left jab working fast 
and far a fiiw rounds he suah did have 
me biKtinj: my face against his Jcft 
glove. Fur iive rounds he made mbre 
l)olnts than a hunting dog, and I was 
.Xo. 2 In the parade. 

Believe rae, when that sixth rounA 
came round I was gottin' mad, I 
couldn't read? Aliat tall gent, and 1 got 
despexaie. I jiTiJt rushed in to slam 
him or die, anc he cut loose with a 
left hook tlutt ciiught me on the ehops. 
Down I goes UKo a bau- .: and 

took the ount ctf six. 

When I jutcrps *ip Mistah Johnson 
jes' nachually pokes n»e in. the face 
wifth his right and I hits trie board;^ 
again. This time L' stays dowu till 
eight sei'omls is ctxinted, and you bet 
I didn't give that ^pnt a chance to 
nail me again befone I gut ray hands 

-Tip. ' 7""" 

1 ' e comes rlghft after me, cuttin 
1 ith a lot of .speedy ones. But 

1 \v:is settled down. Those two knock- 
downs showed me I wasn't making any 
headway by.gittln' mad, and I was as- 
cool as a cucumbeff. As he come fn I 
measures him au<l i«istes him a honey- 
<'Ooler with the rig*.it on his pie biter. 
Say," you' ought to see that gent 'bust 
Into the ring floor. 

I .ouah thought ne "was going through 
the boards. Say. ^he was almost white 
man in the face when he peeks up at 
me. He stays on them .bosirds till the 
referee savs "nine," when he j'umps up 
and runs like a rab'bit on the snow. I 
put pn steam ^nd gtts after htm,, biit 
his long, legs was too tnuch for me. I'm 



\ no foot racer. Bealde.s it was close to 
the end of the n)und, and he gits to 
hlH lurnerlbeXore'I could soak hiiu 

again. <-._._,^.- ^„^. — ^^ .. 

Koh the ne.x" nine rounds of that 
there light Mistah .lolinson didn't do u 
thing but cover up, run iinway and hug. 
He forgot everything but to take care 
iif Ills features; and \<'hile I was try- I 
iiig liard, X couldn't gll Uini to stand 
long enough \o light. He didn't liave 
no nuiah tight lef In him. 

.Now'' that's what makes nie lliiuk 1 
kin git that gent the ne.v' time. iMlstah 
John-Hon wo-uUl git tired running 43 
rounds, aiuf I'd ketch him suuh. But 1 
tell you this, son, make the ring lloor 
strong an." I>ut big mpes artnind or 
•Johnson suah will try to jump out. 

Abe Attell can li:i\'' a series of four 
fights with appropriate imrse.s or guar- 
iiatecs in Australia if he wishes it. The 
niTiT cMiiii- Id San V'rancisco yesterdai' 
from lluKh .Vlcliitosh, the Hydnev pro- 
moter^ who is now in Xew York. iMc- 
Intosh has. written a close friend of hia 
to get in tolich with the feather- 
weight champion luid see if he will ac- 
cept. Mcintosh has; in iiiind lights witlv 
Frank Thorn, the Australian light- 
weight champion; Boer Unholz and 
two other boxers who are now in that 
country. 

With the present unsettled state of 
the boxing game in the United States, 
rendered more precarious by tlie atti- 
tude of the acting Mayor .of New York 
in stopping the liang -'Kaufman bout, 
Jt is quite possl'bie that Attell will "ac- 
o<»pt. As he is In British Columbia, no 
response can ibe had for several days. 



ARNST WORLD'S 



EMPRESS CLUB 

CONSIDERS SOCCER 

Committee Appointed to Make Ar- 
rangements for the Soccer Season 
— New; Secretary. 



At the Empress Athletic club on Fri- 
day evening a well attended meeting- 
was held, much business being trans- 
acted that will prove heneilcial to the 
club. . 

The football season for IMOrlll vitLB 
discussed and the following committee 
appointed to organize a team for the 
coming season: W. Mivssey. J. Mat- 
thews, W. Wills and J. Martin. 

The present indications point, to a 
most successful season. 

For the future benefit of the club arid 
its meniA)ers; a smoking concert has 
been, arranged to take place on Mon- 
flay evening, September '5, at the club 
rooms. A programme of local talent 
will ibe made up, and light refreshmenta 
will be served diiring the evening. 

It was also found necessary to ap- 
point a new secretary owing to Mr. 
Fox's resignation beiiig handed In and 
accepted, his reason being that pres- 
ent business' pressure preventing him 
from giving the necessary time to the 
club affairs. Therefore all future. com- 
munications should be addressed to E. 
C. ftichardson, honorary secretary- 
treasurer, Empress hotel. 

A vote of thanks to the chairman, 
Mr. C. K. Sharp, who presided, closed 
.jl'.e meeting. 





ioii|lered. j Webb trained 
.;\iivrit, away over on the 
remained 



and 



Australian Who Defeated Barry 
on Thursday Has Sprung in- 



to, l^rominenCe in 
Years — His Career 



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• i\V lllii 

lortHe 



il'iwn and w 

•■;iul smiled. 

Wanganui, traiuei 

<Miiel,. ,, ' ' ■ 

, Then, three days befaro the event, 
came the news of a 8'ens.ational trial 
by. the niodCKt Dii'k'. It awoke a 
I'.eener iiiterest and on the day of tli.^' 
iK'.ttlo somelKrtv- .\u.stralla r,'merMbGr(.it 
the determination of piodest Rlcluird 
and lirogno.'jticated a clos.» race^— biit 
much to '( .vpect that 
, wdiild Kalii \\\f citv- 
and Uyu tliu t.rouUs 
..■els for the result. It 
"Arn-st, Easily," and 
.13 .satisfied that Pick 
..f the wonderllul ath- 
i!i They.. . say over 
.ii)\ made lip his mind 
arena he would 

111' wnvvv \'i siillU- 



I. 



11 the IIM', t 

tlie ca.SL coast oi A ; 
through a succession i 
valleys and richly wooueU piam.'s, the 
bculling chaiupionshlp " oi the world 
has again Ijeen decided, the coveted 
l.cli being retained by b'lck A^^at, 
who wrested the honor from Billy 
\\ ebb on the waters of VV'ungenui, 
a f t er-^#ttfrb^^g uud e.oX'i Ike ;lnto the can- 
opy of aituaiics, and has now downed 
Barry, ihi' l';ngiisii riiainpion. 

A Champion in One Year 

Three icars ago Di< i. 'i::-' ■: i ;. ; 
know how to Sit in a tioai; iwiise 
months later he was hailed as chain- 
Xiloij sculler ui tlio world — an-untyin. 
record, truly, in iii<- history ot ih^ 
arena of sport. -\riist first shone as 
a champion among champions when, 
after a tremendous eifort, he landc; 
the *5,000 Austral wlieei race in th' 
most exciting finish ever known on 
the blc^•cle track of Australia, and his 
sensational jump made to pass the 
leading cyclist, .i few- yards from the 
winning post, is a matter o£ athletic 
-history. Following this victory Arnst 
gave his attention to the gun and be- 
came one of tlie crack pigeon shots oi 
the ctJmmonweiilthT-r Ttien his eyes 
tiirne;d 'in the direction of the sculling 
champl«mahlp. and despite the fact ha 
said he "kn ew no moge about pulUng 
a boat then making a speech," hia de- 
termination to succeed wtis strong, 
and although he upset his outrigger 
in jtis first essay Jii a few weeks pas- 
sengers aboard the ferry boats gliding 
the Parramatta ... river~'wnFre^surprt3ej 
to see Arnst skimming the waters with 
a stroke which caiised.them to believe 
LMck Arnst's boast anent securing~thd 
world'is sculling charap.ionship >\as not 
an Idle one. iH ' 

How Ho Won t*l»Vhre 

Soon Arnst *a« among t!»e liomltia • 
tors» for sculling events, and showed 
his capabilities s an 'oarsman. Not 
Content with these successes he s<e^t 
out after the gem of the aquatic belt 
—the championship — and challen^jed 
Webb of New Zealand, the holde.r. 
Webb, dream maybe of easy money, 
accepted. Dick Vi'ent into training in 
real earnest. .Spurting writers gat 



it would If 
an ■ ainmsl tv 
eted lirl.' 
'-wttit(''d in Ui 
came as ■' H 
tllen Ausi I 
Arnst vy;i- 

'letes ■>! I .:•■■ i.ii 
ionder a iMiU ..ii) 
to enter the fistic 
cause H gDiid ih'-t 
le. I'l... V 





T 
THE EMPRESS Nli 



Victoria Ball Team Defeated 
By Lumber City Represen- 
tatives in Close Game — 
Ma-rain W^as^One Run 



*^-#s 




a. AKKST 

The world's sciilltn>f champion, ' who 
won from Barry^by seven lengths. 

LIVINGSTONE, Rhodesia, Aug. 18. 
— Official decision: Arnst won by 
seven lengths, Ih^O^rrifnutes, 3-5 sec- 
onds Barry rowed out. 




A remarkable point In favor of the 

products of the Alaskan Oil Fields, 
whsre the tlowing, wellfe of the Amal- 
gamated" Develojameht Company are 
situated. Is Its extremely high com- 
mercial value as compared with that 
of other eectlonsof the American 
continent. ■ For instance. In the pror 
duatlon of gasoline from .the crude oil 
repeated refinements have shown no 
less than -30 per cent, frcmi the Alaska 
California, 20 per 9ent. frorft Colorado: 
20 per cient. from Pennsylvania, , 10 
and 15 per centi froofi Ohio and from 
Oklahoma, and Iff ,''per cent, from 
Wyoming. . This fact should be care- 
fully borne in mlrifl by those Intend- 
ing to Invest the|r'ihoney tnoll stocTts. 

" Ill I ' ' i' M II I li in ' inn ' 'i' • 



( ■iiniii;, jiMi.- !• is"i'.ill r:lne won .an 
uLiier e-'oitv ij.i .Sunday by defeating 
the' Empress team (Victoria) 3-2 in 
a closely cohtt'sted- game. Althougli 
C'heinainus would jjerslst in piling up 
irrorsr, having, five to their credit. 
They were at no time doubtful as to 
tile results. ' " f / / 

For the home team Cajihcari, , in 
-iUght- field, took everything that came 
his way, while Manson and Erb 'in 
left field and centre, -played their usu- 
al star game. Harmon at short, 
made the play of the day by grabbing 
a fly for which he ran backwards and 
made a. leap and one hand grab lo 
get It, . ".:, 

Devttt Is always ready for any of- 
ferings on first and had only one er- 
ror to his name. Jumbo, on second, 
is still Improving and Roseboom on 
third, plays his usual game, but had 
three errors chalked up agal^ist him. 
JDawson Is a. pitcher who will be 
heard from before long, and" Murrah 
Is the man that can hold thig ball be- 
hind the bat.- Murrah's batting In 
the last two games has been excep- 
tional. He has come to the fore and 
won both by timely hits well placed 
In the Sunday game August 14th- 
with the Pride, Both teams were 
throe all in the seventh innings and. 
the score remained the same till tha 
..,~last half of the eleventh, when Evans' 
the centre tor Gheinainus, made a nice 
single and'got first. Devitt sticrlficed 
and put" -him on to second, Dawson 
doing the same and placed him tff 
third when Murrah came up nnd( 
knocked a well placed hit ami forced) 
over the winning run;* score 4-3. Ai 
summary of the innings follows: 
Empress. 



Chsmainus. 

AH U. 



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Rtilsebonm 

("ailitcart 

Devitt ... 

Dawson 

Wraiison 

.Murrah' . , 

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Ills, 

ill iiy Dawson '.); by 

nil bails, Wlnsby 3; 

IJaicer; left on bases; 



I llfni- nasi- ll II .'J, ,1 11 !l 

M uri^'i i; , :-' yi'-ii 

\\'i^^^■ ., !.:i<. 

Hit b\' pilclicr, 

KnipresB fj, ("hemainus 6; Umpire^ 
H. Herd. Time of game — 1 hour, 45 
minutes. - ;''■,■- 



Those following the tournament may 
obtain .«r-i.ie cards by 'making applica- 
-tlon at ill' I'olonist ofHce. 





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Dbnohue 


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Baker 


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Plummer 


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Casey O'Rourke . 


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Johns :. 


.. 4 


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Hall 


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W'lnsby 


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Evesyhody is pleased who Is inter- 
ested *p the Ama'ffani'i'tedl Deveiop"- 
'ment Wotnpany, 



Kiiigstoa Street Club's Tour- 
' nament Still Hn Progress — • 
Finals Expected Next. Sat- 
urday Afternoon 




FIIZ IN 
HIS LAST Fl 




'Lanky Bob" and L^ng of- Aus- 
tralia, Seen in Their Recent 
Battle on Canvas -at Pan- 
tages Theatre 



The clearest and most complete 
ncvlng plcturb" reproduction of a 



'111.' i|H n tournament being held by 
llic K illusion Street Tennis club ex- 
liected to he concluded next Saturday. 
Owing to the dlttlculty In bringing the 
lilayers together at specific dates tha 
series has taken a longer peVlod to 
complete tha.n the officials expected. 
However the class of tennis has been 
ixceptionally good and some' first-class 
competitions ai'e promised..' 

The results to dale foh)\v: 
Men's Singles. 

A. -P. Archibald, scratch, beat W. H, 
Bone plus 15, 6-2, 5-"?, Or4. 

F. Forber, scratch, beat G. D. Casa 
plus IB, 6-3, 1 -6. 6-3.'" Z- 

F. Forbes, scratcHT beat F. C. Paul- 
ine plus 30, 8-6, 6-3. 

Men's Doubles. 

J. McArthur and J. P. Sweeney, beat 
W. H. Bone and J. D. Virtue, 2-6, 6-4. 
6-3. 

Ladies' Singles. 



IB. 



beat Mrs. 
Miss S. 



.Miss Weldon, plus 
Case plus 30, 6-3, 6-1. 
t Miss -B. E. Bono; 15, beat 
, , , i^ ,. u.. .... i.Hiscoeks, scratcli, 6-1, 6-2.' 

notable prl4e fight ever presented in; mIss Camsusa, scratch, beat Miss 
this city Is the Fitzsimmons-Lang Woldon plus Ivv 6-3, 8-6. 
fight pictures exhibited at the Pan- „ ^''^s ^- E- Bone, 16, beat Miss G. B. 
tages. The splendid films show the P^*^'"^' ^^'^^^j'^'. 6-3.1-6.7-5. 
whole twelve rounds . of the battle In > i,,„\.,u 7°^,, r ^ ,, 

BO realistic a manner that nO le<-turer .i'. j "^^'^m"?, ""l,?^^f,L^; ^ ^°"^« 
Is needed, and one mW easily imuglne j J.g 6"^-4^o.y"*"^ ''"'^ '^"^^ '^■-^- B<>ne. 
himself at the ringsidfi. - . . 



Although running, almost continu- 
ous shows, last night, the Pantages 
.wa& kept well fllled-'a.Tl the while, and 
except for tb^ one sad feature about 
It all— the seemingly cruel knocking 
out of Fitz, after one of the gamest 
tights of his entire career, and which 
meant the retirement of tha most re- 
markable pugilist -4n- the record of 
sporting history — everybody seemed 
more than pleased with the exhibition. 

Fltzsimmdns i{s an old man as com- 
pared wttb Lang, and the latter is 
generally eonjiiderod the con-irg world 
champion yet the pictures show that 
the two meii were quite evenly match- 
ed, and each of the twelve rounds was 
a whirlwind. \Vhile the referee seems 
to have glvert Fitz a shade the worst 



. 'Wriglit Beats UoXioagbUn. 
NEWPORT., a I.. Aug. aa^jla ylhg 
in splendid for.m> Beats C. NVrlght, of 
Boston, today defeated Maurice Mc- 
Loughlln; of Oallfornla. straight sets In 
the .sixth round of the all-comers lawn 
ten-n'ls tournament for- the, national 
championship on the Casino courig here. 



At • Hamburg, Germany thl,rty-flve 
th6u.sand shipyard workers, tire unit- 
ed' in a demand upon their employers 
for an Increase .of 10 per cent In 
wages and a flfty-three-hour week. 
They threaten to strike. 



Dr. 
geon. 



.\f -* H',1;^ th ^.: 1? . y .f'iLiverjf. Board & Skle stables. Jo 

^i^J■^J?^^• t^ r " T" *"'''^";teeetf has just returned from a 

able,Jand th*.^uperlor endurance"0« ,„onti*B' trip to^ Manitoba^ and Tli 

ycutjhl^ prevailed 1#f suroed practice. 



C. R. Richards, veterinary sur- 
and iiroprletor of the City 

hnson 
three 

Has r«- 

suroi^ practice. 




Fall 







-AT THE- 





sa 





The new styles are handsome. We would like to have 

you drop in and see them. 1, 

The garments themselves will exhibit their own worth 
more than anything we might say of them. Also all the 
latest shades and blocks for Fail in Stetson and Hawes hats. 



Stels 



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We still bivea.few oM FLANNEL SUITS and OUTING 
SHIRfSrWhich we Me selling out at HALF PRICE.; 

Straw Hats andTennis Hats^ HALF PRICE. Everything 

for the- 






The Covert Top Goat 
is an admirable garment 
for between seasons. At 
$15 to $20 we show 
good values. 

Should you not find just 
whiit you want in our 
largei stock we can make 
to your special order a 
Suit orOvercoaR They 
finish- it in F"our Days 
at the Semi-ready shops 
in M o n t r e a L.' Four 
hundred expert tailors 
there. 

Semi -ready 
Clothing 




MaMMia 



Clothiers R VVI 







iMsive Agents Scmi-l^eady Tailoring 



Hatters 



614 Yates Street 



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Tuaiday, August 23, 1910. 



VICTOHIA DAILY COLONIST 



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Get Busy 



SECURK SO Mi', OF 

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649 Yates St, 





.ROVINOIAL 

Happenings 

Tlifre Is said to hr- $10,000,000 worth 
ijf ore available at the Napolean uiinr. 

K. Leitaa, an Austrian Inmate ut 
tho Provir|(-lal HoBpUal for tlie Iii- 
siine. atteiniileil ^to cuninilt nulrUlv 
recently by outthiK liis , throat. Tiic 
attpmi't waa' unsiic'cos.Mriil tuul ili" 
man Is now iirngre.ssl ntj; favornnlN 
under the doctor's ' cure. 



of fully forty feet an* received a se- 
vere sculp wound. Tli« Mow was un- 
(juoHtlonably sufficient to cauau un- 
consclousnesH. and he fell Into thfc 
wuler und was drowned. 

The bi)dy was discovered early Sun- 
day nyornlnisf. and after an Investlnat'on 
by the coroner an ItuiuoMt was coii.'sld- 
ered unneccMsary. iJeceased wa.«j a man 
about 45 yearH of aRc. 



M\ \< 



'iii;ian.\' Is re|)orted 
"! aijiruirinp tho ia- 



K.i\fr, East Kuutcnuy. arr jni". Ihk 
|l'i.(.iu .a day to the man. 



' The last consignment of siJecinien.H 
for. the Kootenay Miileral exhibit at 
tjie \'anciiin-iT t-xlilhit ion has reach''d 

Its (hsi inali'iii. 'I'll' exhibit is 1I'" 
J larfiest :umI ni'.'a n i-'rcsentative I'vir 

asRemlil'i '■: >\ootonay ores ami .1 m- 
I )iris.'M t>\.. aiiil a hall' tonS of s-ipii- 

.1 1 1 1 1 [ -^ , 



AT THE^ CiTY HOTELS 

I At the Driara — 

James A-llen, Toronto; Capt. U' 
I McDonnell. Ship '•Olory of th.- : - 
I \V, \ Allen, ChlcaKo; .Ml \ > .,.. 
N,'u "I'.ork: >Donuld Cam,;- \ .ml :. 

; li \ .1 < 1, Til tlll'b''Il. I '"I ! : 1 li'l . .1 . 

: Kii.i\. .MMn|i<-al: M i .s .M l|..|'l.ii, ,\ 
} .1.1. Uol.l.ii \'a! M.I II .\l 1;.., 

l.UannliW . .\li;i 

Kllesrib'i r, 1 > 

Ayri'H' and \'. 1 1 • 

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10. V. Wi'b- 



A iiost Offlfee has been opened at 
White Kock, wiTTf'T. C. Philip us 
; •' -tmaster. 



The Soul of a Piano is the 
Action. Insist on 

OTTO HSGEL* 

Piano Action 



Advertise in THE C0L01\llS'i 



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1 1. W. Jjaldlaw, a former Hamilton 
uiiumfavturer, has broken ground for 
the erection of a wire nail and wire 
fence (ijtctary 94 JmXm Island. 

In "South Tahcouver a few days apo 
a fiv«i year old boy was served with 
a police court auinmoas fgr breakitis 
a window. , 

M. J. Foley, the well known timber 
cruiser, has decided to. establish a 
sawmill at Nanoose. Bay with a daily 
•capacity oA 40,000 feet. It will be In 
operation by November 1st. 

, J. Gibb of Kelowna, has been hon- 
"red with appointment as one of tho 
juJfres of the Third National Apple 
show to" be held at Spokane in mid- 
Moyeraber. 

The case brought against Howard 
the Vancouver lacrosse player for as- 
saulting (irumpy. Spring, has been 
dismissed by Magistrate Bull of Van- 
cluver, on the insufficiency ^f tlfe^ 
ev-idence. 

The B. C. Copper Cottipany Is 
building a $100,000 mill at Napol- ) 
i?an mine. At the outset the mill will j 
b(> equipped with twenty stamps, to- | 
gether wl.th large <;y^nide tanks. ■• 



i:;ilr( .1 .l.'wcll. a, llosslaiiil \oiul;t, 
u li(j h.id a I'evv ila.\s iirr\-i.Mi.-h- di.s- 
tlngui.sliY'd hiiiiircll' 1j,\- bai4,t;li!j.; .■ii.- .:! 
the larK<'si boars shot in tlu' '.u.iiiii\ 
of that lily ill vvhicli was hini.se]f 
on Su:iil.-i.>, lasi. ilic \ 1' iiiii of a .sorl- , 
ous- sluH'CiiK iirriili :u.' Mis conipah- 
lon, .liiii 'Vvvwwviw. \\a.s emptying- 
hia magazine 'rifle \\\i^i: 11 in some 
manner was discha rm.l, ,1 .U cali- 
bre bullet passing through Jewell's 
leg. The victim of the accident 14id 
the moment before noticed that the 
rifle was pointed In his direction and 
remarked. "Turn that thing away, Jim 
or you will be shooting me." 

SLEEP ENDS IN DEATH , 

William Gillis While Camping on Na- 

naimo Waterfront Rolls Over 

Bank and is Drowned. 



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W .\ inn 1 
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.Minnoapnlis : :\| i- 

J^lr^^. !.!.)> li '/(.'iitlnn'., I'nacor- 

.1 II .lohiison, Vancouver; 

r.n:,.- nnl wife, SeiiUki; Mr. 

.1 W. MfDonald, iCufoI.ean, 

1 i;ii.s.ell, Mrs, Kn.snll/ H.-nfy 

1.11 a. City; Mr. and Mrs. 



H. I-. l;,.nn ...I 
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canip \\. 

UlClnlllln. 

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Bartitow 



NANAIMO, Aug. 22.— A' drowning ac- 
cident In which "Wm. GUUs was the vic- 
tim, occurred here on Saturday nlgHT or 
early Sunday morning. 

Gillts, who has been wotklng on the 
railway extensloiir 4ri^ved here on Sat- 
urday evening and with his pack went 
over to the "Green" on the waterfront 
and made hlrnself comfortable for the 
night on the bank near the boathouses. 
He must have fallen asleep, as his out- 
fit Indicated that he had prepared, him- 
self for the night, but unfortunately 
he rolled over the embankment, a drop 



w 



WE HAVE 






T!ie Rsinerkatils Progress of The- 
Amalgamated Development Co, 



Has been unprecedented in the history of the'Oil industry. Full 
title to all of this Company's imrrtense holdings was not completed 
until the 20th of June— JUST TWO MONTHS AGO. • 

Since that date the Company has installed machinery for 
pumping fwo flowing oil wells. Has commenced and is already 
far advanced -with the construction of a refinery on the ground, 
and has shipped NINE MILES OF PIPING to convey the pro- 
duct ortheir Oil W^Us to tidewater. 

CAN THIS RECORD OF PROGRESS 
FOR TWO MONTHS .BE BEATEN? 

The present week will see the stock of the Amalgamated jDe- 
veiopment Co. quoted upon one or more of the local stock ex- 
changes. WATCH IT rise: 



Price of Stock: One and Two Dol 

, lars Per Siiare 



4- APPtl^ TO 



wmmmtmrn 



Auld,Gwin &McClarty 



518 Hastings St., West, 



Vancouver, B. C. 



!fe 



P.erlin; Miss Ellison, 

nhtfoot, Dr, H. B. tinri- 

.\ugelesj A,. J. Uel- 

1'. ualvorne, Portland; "J. H. 

Vancouver; H. A. Neale and 

.'-Sparling, Vancouver; "M. . P.- 

1 lornian, Kngland; (3. M. 

.S. H. Speldlng, New York; 

Mns. and Miss Carlson, Portland; J'. R. 

Medlock, MVss Velda Medlock, Mrs. L. 

K. Cole. Santa ATlTCT^twr.T C. R. Baiker, 

Col wood; Chas. B. Kemp and w4fe. Miss 

t'lanagan, Madison; Mrs.-er-AV-. Knowles 

Portland^ _; 

At the King Bdwara — 

A. 1-. Kaufman, Seattle; Phronle 
Haw ley, Mary Hawley, Preston ;-tJi—C. 
Olendlnning, Mrs, Olendlnnlng, Port- 
land; A. E. McKenzie, Sydney Hooker. 
M. Keith. K. H. Bailey. F. J. Banham, 
W. G. Smith, A, Berrldge, M. Copineer, 
J.« Malleiti J. J. Churchley, F. Fenwick, 

E. Fenwlck. G. Shipley, Portland; S. 
Liapmrski, Mrs. Lapowski, Texas; 

F. N. MlUett. W. H. Crosslleld, A. A. 
Robins, -W. R. Draper, E. Bavles, 'W. H. 
Troyham, F. H. Hepburn, G. C. Peel, R. 
Smith, .1. S'ColllnsQn, A. \X Shelton, A. 
J. Kllllck, Vancouver; Mrs. McCadden. 
Mr. McCadden, W. H. Kilgour, Vancou- 
ver; H. L. McKee, Dawson; F. B. Cro- 
nin, Stewart; M. F. Burch, Spokane; F. 
Frees, Vancouver; Mrs. J. C. Maliston, 
Miss Agnes Mallstou, Minneapolis; W. 
P. Snee, John Pack and son, Vancou- 
ver; G. W, Smith, Red Deer; H, Klgley, 
-SaanlctUon; Peter Kirk. Peter Kirk, Jr., 
Arnold Kirk. Geo. Agathy; Morris Ber- 
tleson, Clara Kirk, Miss , G. Kellett. 
Miss GladlB Kellett, Roche Horbor; "W. 

B. Wheeler, Shawnlgan LaKo; R. H. 
Coleman, Toronto; W. W. Cialllngell. C. 

C. .Seaforth. Vancouver^ D. O. Bedding, 
Houston, Minn.; Geo. .S. Fl-ogley.. To- 
ronto; Mrs. J. "W'. llolnus. Mrs. N. J. 
Cavanagh, C. S. Sharman, Vancouver; 
Miss Saxony, Taqoma; W, J. Devereaux, 
Hldg6town: W. W. Johnston, Teeswator, 
Ont.; F. H. FandouRh. Geo. F. Hagler, 
Vancouver; W.j; Hagan. Cowlchan; L. 
Hlgglnson, D. C,' McDonald, Miss Gray, 
J. A. Young, 'X- C, . Sabin, Vancouver. 
At the BruhBwlok— 

\V. Sanders, A. L Stirling, Granite 
Bay; ^V. B. Lalhr^vi, Westholm; W. Caf- 
fery, i»ooke; C. itnochel, Portland; W. 
H. Henderson, VaQciuuver; O. Vl'ade'l- 
Htadt, wife and son. San Francl.sc'o^ 
John Hall. A.^Giark, Vancouver; J. Cart- 
well and wife', t'b'illlwack; 'VV. L.. Smith, 
Harrison Mills; \V, Comer, ,L.adysmlth; 
A. Medrlch, Wellington. 

At the pominlon— 

C. S. Bybee, Seatile; Mrs. 8. M. Sim. 
Seattle; W. D. Moitenidn, Lincoln. Neh.; 
Mrs. F, C. Matteraonfc J.,C. Rochfo^rdand 
wife. Seattle; H S. Keuston. <»hllaaelff 
phta; E. C. Smith, Spokane; JosepH .S. 
Henderson, Uedlands; Henry W. Le 
Bouthller, Wayne; Miss M. R. Forrell, 
Miss M. M. Jtoiinc^a, Philadelphia; Mrs. 
.Maddock and daMghtei',' Vancouver; A. 
.S. Bun 'And wife, Mayne Island; J. A. 
Kelly, Sidney'. K. B. Reppart and wife. 
Dallas,, Texais; Mr. and Mrs. Cole, Lnn- 
don; Walter M<)s sand wife, CnlRary; J. 
H. Hawken. rhllllwack; Wm. Drsmaii. 
Mrs. TrQscher. Vancouver; S. C. Trop- 
ley, Calgary;' Gm, W. Grav'eSj Spokane; 
H. O. White, Vuucouyer,; J. BoUTwin. K. 
Selkirk, Mah.. Miss ^. Baldwin, Selkirk; 
G. P. Butcher, Tod Inl^t; K. A. Gal- 
braith. S. Jepson, VU J«>p»qn. W. Waugh, 
J. Waugh,. J .^hen^erd, D. Waugh, <i. 
'Armstrong. I Hevan. Nanalmo; \V. A 
Ferguson, Vaact'i'ver; A. J. Jiilinke, 
•Spokane; M'r.s. F. K. Jlllson, Oshkosh; A. 
Lea Jlllson, New London, Wis. ; Mr. and 
Mrs, H. A. Dlck.si.n, Seattle; A. Alexnn- 
der, W. C. Hiill. H. G. RobinScmi'. and 
wife., Mlsa Mublf .Scrlmes, .Vancouver: 
W'. j! Tariner, Montreal; W, Brown, U.->- 
land .Brown, Nel.son; Mr. and Mrs. D. 
.Vlmmonds, Winnipeg; Mr. and Mrs. \V. 

[ Carver; ArmsironK, B. C; Mr. ami Mr,s. 

j p. Evans. Quebec. Mr. and Mrs. T. H 

i Orrer, Bryant, Wiish,; Mr«. Shaw, .Sho- 
homlsh; Mr. and Mr*. Brltton and thnc 
children, Vancouver; Mrs. .1. U. U. Wil- 
son, San Francisco; H. E. Walle, Trail: 
F, Pearse, A. K.' W. King. Vancouver: 
VVm. O, Ogden, Madison ,Wl8. ; Mr, and 
Mrs. C. E. LauK, Master Fred LAng. 
Vancouver; Mr. and Mrs. W, Merle.y. 
Dun.can; T. W. .Moffat, Vaneouver: M. 
J. Hlokey, Calgary; A. Q. ' McCandless. 
Wm. McNaIr and wife, Vancouver; W. 
If. Miller, .''.eat tie, Mr. and Mrs. R. A. 
Ilooth, Evigene. Ort'.; .1, ^. Mcl'ouKnll,- 
Portland;. O. V. Paradls and wife. Ed- 
monton; Tim Healey, New York; Win. 
Freyburger and wife, Ellensburg; L. K'. 
<:;iark. 'Galesburg; R. .Stanton i\ni\ wlfp, 
Kenwick; A. E. rardlff, Portland; Mrs. 
H. Sterling, Grand ftaplds; Miss CK M. 
.-•tevllng. Greenwood; J. R. Peters, St. 

Juim; J. N.""Harnly, Vancouver. 

At tho Victoria-^ 

S.Carvlil, Se.'ittle; W. bnvles, To- 
ronto; A, Wrlghton, .1. N. Reer, H. C. 
Wade, Kootenny, R. C.; James Thomp- 
.■^on, M(.)osejaW; II. Wilson. Seattlt^; A., 
Thopipson,, Stanley Wood, Frank Les- 
ter, John Pbe, Surah Billings,. M'. Cus- 
ter, Vartcouver; A. Clarke, .San Fran- 
cisco; Mr. and' Mrs. J. Wolbert. Taconta;i 
A. Wabstone, • I<\ Jjester, Vancouver; K. 
Kytol, Salmon 'Arin; A. Ht— FuU-on, Ha-s- 
KatoonL<-l>aH Jones and wife, F^ Harri- 
son, West CoBHt; R, H. Mould, Lady- 
smith; J. O'Brien. Jahn HoU, Australia; 
L. If, Garry, Kansas j .1. Bloom, J. I'u- 
n(.( llftp, K. W.. Hawkins, Nanalmo; n. 
1' .Seeping, 'vaneouveri L. Hurtlcy. R. 
.■res. .sratMo, Mrs. B. Sterling, Miss O. 
.M .siniijiig. Grand Rnplds; Wy Peaison, 
. ..1, .;..nM><T8,. Now Haven. 

A! I.lif 'B.Tlnio'f*! — 

Mllnion/'F. 6; pight, 

1 i\ wina'ris, II. .'\ri ' ' T ;• Murphy, 
' .n. iiuver; W. .'V. fii !'c, Mr."). 

I :. ." -l'-;^. a!'". In..;. lams. '('. 

1 . \ I '< . tt and 

u lln. irn.ni. .n i •;: , 11 f I I ,. .imn; ' I 
Keii.1t. I >\iiin,i .. . II . 'latk .Ma-, ii... .n. 




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No. 13 Lots 

SlTi WTU ).\ ( )n I'l'inlirokc 

Slrt'c'l, l)f! wt.-c'ii rihiiu'l'a I'll 

and (.jii;iilr;i Si I'fcls. ( )iil\ 

oiu'-i liinl 1 ii ;i mile I rem City 

all. - ,:^-' ■ ■' 

I 'k ICE — $800 each, or 
J^2,350 en bloc. 



No. 25 Lots 

STZK ' 50 X 100. ' 

SIT I '.v'fif ).\ < )ii r.i.n-kw.H,-! 

and 1 'i"!(ir Si rt-rls, Souili side 
ot ImiilS^ kiiad and t!ii"fe-- 
]ii:i I't 
Jlail. 

PRTCK — $400 each, or, 
$1»950 en bloc. 



i]ii:ii-tt'i-.-' 1 if a niilc li'i iin Cil}' 



Any 

Reasonable 

Terms 



SNA 



Any- 
Reasonable 
Terms 



No. 3 3 Lots No. 4 30 Lots 



SIZE— 53 X-i-2Q;- 

SITUATION— Shoal Bay sub- 
division, splendid view, all 
level, dry and clear. A i 
spot for a home. 

PRICE— $375 and $400 
each, or $2,650 en bloc. 



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SITUATION— Block.s CC and 
Z Saratoga Subdivision, Oak 
Ray, close to school, tram 
and b each . 

PRICItS— $475. $500. $52i> 
$600, $650 and $700. 



Island Investment Co. 

Iiiiuitcd 
Bank of Montreal Chambers. Phone 1494 







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ir cost us over $20,000 to build the single Special equipment for 
making Mooney's Sugar Wafers. When you taste them 5rou win 
agree with us that the money was well spent 

For years we have made the finest biscuits and candies in^ all 
Canada— our Perfecticn Cream Sodas, and Chocolate Chips alone 
prove this. Now we offer you what we believe is our greatest 
creation— Mooney's Sugar Wafers. 




Mooney's Sugar Wafers are made with double layers of crisp, 
spicy biscuit crusts. Each layer is a deKght— between is a rich 
delicious cream, a combination of sweets that^can't be dup^aled. 

This luscious cream is made in many flavors-^om real fhnts. 

At luncheon or dinner today instead of serving the usual 
dessert try Mooney's Sugar Wafers, 
taste today decide your desserts 

You can get this dainty dessert 
dust arid damp proof wax- 
paper-lined tins at your 
grocer's.' 10 and 25 
cent tins. 



The Mooney Biscuit and Can 



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The Cigarette Brand 
of Great Purity 

Tuckctt's "Club" Cigarettes are 
made from tobacco of purest quality; 
, carefully l)lemi9d to satisfy the most 
-^-exacting rcquircmcnt.s of th6 par^icu- . 
. larsniokci-^ 

As a result of their marked .superi- 

_ority. rliev ^ave won high favor in 

"every clu-b, hotel and pfivate house 

Whore kn'o.wing^ smokers demand the 

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-hind ttie counter throw out a package ' 
of .the, brand Jie wa ius t o sc Jl you. 

^ sc your ovvti ju(;lgnlcftt-^ihsist on 
Tuckctt's. "Club." 



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ICTORIA REAL ESTATE 



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'1 u(\ I'll tiMiii-, $6,750. 



I tlnrn casi!. 



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Stra-'A'berry Vale, head of Victoria Arm— 7.04 acres, all of 

wlii.ii 1- cNGrnciit !anil ami rlrarc!. S^iiora-h will haiuHe 
xh\:-.. re 7%. Price $875. 

Pender Island < S .: • , with wdllMiilt Idi; honsi.', and 
-.rifui v.,'.\: about 2,000 ci'i.ii \uA^:< ami jjood timber; 40 
acres can be culti\at("l. Tlii-^ iin-ficrty has ever half- 
mile, waterfront. I'ricc, on any reasonable terms, $2,000. 



Yates St., less than i block from Douglas— kk) x 120 and 

larcjc 2-storey brick building — $70,000, on terms. 



Victoria Harbor Waterfrontage 

2 Lots. Esquimau Rd., between Rock Bay and Point EUice 
Bridge — 210 feet of waterfrontage. Revenue producing. 
$18,000; one-third cash. _ 



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(Jii;i<lra ami C'^ok Sirocls. j', acresT-alt-tntder cultivation, lOO young fruit 
lia'c-, bf^nlcs rn!iiu-i-i 'lis small I'niiis and g"arden truck. ; '. 

J^rand new „• -tiua-) ilwollin^ n\ S rooms, bath and panlrx, water laid on. 
l/^snal staldcs ;mil iViw 1 iKtiises. Splendid location, higii and dry, on the pro?* 
puscd car line Lu Saanich. 



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Price $8,900 on Terms 



P. R. BROWN, LIMITED 



Moneg to Loan. 

Phone io76: 



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Fire Insurance Written. Stores and Offices to Ren*- 

1130 BROAD STREET. P. O. Box 428 



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Farm $6.50 per 
Acre 



Bulkley Valley 



160 Acres on line of Grand Trunk Pa- 
cific' 50 per cent, open meadow land. 
Good ^oil. \yit\\ plenty of water. Splendid 
opportunity- for sruwii^R hay and .supply- 
ing camps. Call and see us for further 
imrtlciilara. Owner tniiRt' , sell. Price, 
J.6.50 ij'er acire, . 



House $5,000 

Situated on one of the nicest streets In 
the <;!ty, cement walks, curb, boulevards, 
trees, lane^ sewer, gas, light and phone. Six 
large rooin.i, bath, toilet, etc. House' Is 
exceptionally well built, foundation alone 
costing over $600. 1-Yont and back stair- 
cases, sliding, doors, dumb waiters from 
basement to upstairs, furnace, etc. Fine 
lawn and large lot. Half block from cars. 

Very reasotxable terms. 



Home or Farm 

6 ACffts, $ia,ooo - 

' 9d,^ jr&rds from city boundary and 10 
m'lDUtca f ggm car, 3^ acres cultivated and 
plan ted wi th 8.0O.aj>pIc trees, just bearing;, 
^=an?r^ihotit 14,000 small fruits. Large 
house and In good repair, with atablo. 20 x *» 
;!2. City weter and telephone. . Ideal lo.- |f 
Cation for hom^ and spJcndid for sUb- -• 
dividinipr Can arrange terms. 



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Investment 

5 Houses, $9,000 

All large and In good repair, within 
half mile circle, with 120 feet frotitagfe. 
third lots from street car. The value of 
this property is ateadily increasing. The 
above offers an investment not to be 
equalled In any part of the city. Pays 10 
per cent. Terms. 



Bungalow 
$3,400 

Cosy 8-roomed House, just being com- 
'pleted,. Commands a beautiful view o^ 
the sea and has the advantEge qt being 
thoroughly sheltered from prevailing 
winds. Only two short blbcks from' tjars 
and in one of the best districts in t.hfi-fii,ty. 

Snap at above price and teirms. 



Fort St, $12,000 

Between Quadra and Vancouver, on lot, 
6() x-^-130r-fr- roomed House, on* ptoperty 
producing $480' per annum. 

Lots on abt)ve street are rapidly chang- 
ing hands an(i high increase In property 
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Very easy terms. 



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BE ON THE SAFE SIDE 
BEFORE THE FIRE COMES. BEFORE THE ACCIDENT 

HAPPENS 
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To see us about Fire Insurance'. We write the kind that protects. 
There is no better investment than the payment of. a small annual 
premium for fire insiirance. 



GRANT & LINEH AM 



P.O. Box 307 



Head Offices^ 



633 YATES STREET 



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LJNEHAM-SCOTT SAND & GRAVEL CO;. 
LINE HAM & CO. Jordan River. 



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X>ocate» Sioh V«ia ,. ' ' ,. 

The ICuotenalan leanm that an old 

prospector went up to the .Toker on Sat- 

.._,.. ., hi,-fito a ric.i> vein discovered 

1 f rfiport is correct and ttie 

.;, ;. : .1 'i " Inker. will be one of 

Jtiie rich iho province. Tlie 

ni.i'ui i,iii(n-ty Is in efflcl- 

inapped out are 

! \\ T'ork section 

iest mining 

Cheap Copper 



Cliff Mine Zlxainlned 



of the timber line group, which he 
thlnkH is one of tiie be.«»t proptfttles lu 
the district - The Timber Line gr jup is 
owned by local capllaHsts. who aio in 
rommubicatlon with a Vancoi.vor syndi- 
cate, which contemplates taking U up 
at a good fipure. .Specimens tof ore 
from the Tiipber Line croup are on view 
at %)a.9 firm's office. 

JPortland Proadnought Co. 
Of recent flotations in the Portland 
Canal mlplng district 1« , the Portland 
Dreadnought Mining Company, Limited, 

on twenlv-slx claims. '. • 

The < was organised on May 

15 by > I'ayn LeSiieur on three 

clnlms on Mos(n;lto creek, opposite the 
Hc(i Cliff mine, which were located in 
AuKtiHt. Ifi!' Krlckfon, Hansen, 

PflfTwon II' I Lund,- and pur- 

•.:it; followlnK November 
ir. Sliortly after Inror- 

i '•'■■. I. "Sueur hfivlng kiiowleijKe 

,>f iijncrnl on fidjacent KrouYici. 

. : • " ^^ locality 

: '1 lowing' 

■■■suit 

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. ■: .i.i.i. .i i.. ..I. I.ji ;,,. 1 i;,i ..I . a is 

that flftcfri of these claims have 

parallel Riilotin lodg< 

Thf; Prendnought, 

:Im;^: .in- l!i(^ rirlni- 

:>,it>lf, 

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1 thirty-rivp feej. W!i 

illrl ■nrill'J of copper 

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-r Nine Large Lots on Pine Street, just off Tolmie Avenue, adjoining city limits, "three minutes' 
walk from car. Every lot cleared and high and dry. No rock, lo per cent, cash, balance 
^sy monthly payments. Each : • • • $45° 



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Five-room Bungalow on Fernwood Road, electric light full basement, good lot. Worth 
$2,800. but owner is leaving city and will sacrifice. Terms easy. Price ....... ..' $2,350 



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B. G. REALTY 



623 TROUNCE 



COMPANY 

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Fort Street 




60 X T2Q, near corner of Quadra and Fort. Price for a' few days 

$13,500 

Terms: On^-third cash,' balance i and 2 years equal pay- 
ments, 7 per cent interest. 



HOWARD POTTS 

Bownass Building, Broad St. 



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Timtor Iilno Oroup 

•^ob. of ' ■ Mi;-" 

ftoiierts tnto 

. il froiii otiiie 

, ; liaa -IH^ inlng 

. i ;,..,; :..-' , , !' - Mp. ITnbrnson tirlTikr 

■ ,,( ^:, r, r.|;ii,. will rival the Sheep 

. .!k coutiiry v.iicii proper trunsROrta- 

;i facilities are ru'taiiKQil. The gov- 

,11, ,1 iirveyinf? a road be- 

iiidlns and the Hiiy- 

...11 HI 1 iif ndyonne propjirty Is 

{ho bfisit In the district. Con- 

,,;. i:.i,le •work is belw done on the 

i:,lio-HnnslilTio uroup owned Miy some 

, ..■ r,i,^H4Ki Mr. llol)i;rtson 

ire golnfr to koep 

, ,, Inter montlut luv,! 

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r<'ii(;hiMl ,> ..■ ,.:.. • : , : -■■■•- imd the 
ntlier which is dptvn 200 feel. Corislder- 
ablo Hiirf lice, work has ftiny been ncooin- 
pll.xhoil, (indthe Indications Rcnerally are 
.•xrt'pl innalU rtiCOurjiRlnff. At prrHPnt 
;i 1 iMii ' ■ ■ n with (' ' • ' t 

. ;• ,:• aln foili ! ■' 

• iitlon Of HhlpplnR 
■ lovolopment work 
i^ j,ii,. , '.f good ore. The 

,,rieiii: • > lolrten Fawn were 

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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. 



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Director of OrniiViy Is Optimistic 



ii(! now 



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I lie Portlfi I 

Till.'! pf- 
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TtPTfilopeil pioperllfB of he.cijinliiK a 
great producer, ns Indications show, snyH 
the H. C. Mining ExchanRe. In comment- 
ing ttpon the prospectuH,. and much ooiv 
fidenoe is feW^x5S;::tJM^-R5«5R7~— -I'+ve-^sfr 
proxlinlty to the Ited Cliff as.slsts tlio 
iiRplrutlon of till" lili'i'clorij, 

Ooldan rawn 
"%Vo are now flevelnplng an ore hIkxiI 
rui:inlnK about fout- feel wliJe iind fiivInK 
assays up to $C:00 per ton;" said U. If. 
hcyt, superintendent of tlie Golden I'''riwn 
Krfiop a^ Hliffp ("'reek, Intely. ThI.i 
prot>erty, wlihh ;id.toln«' the fainoim 
.■5iiUUC)i,U...L!;<..)if;lll,K,.»i3-eoitftd,.l)y » syndicate, 
r)f wlilih A. If. Ornccy Is the licud. The 



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• 1 ■% inoiiths ago. Nci^ 
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,,1,,,,-lfiUy ' • ■ ■ ....... !...x.,rHl t!i,.. 

h.OOD.OOO ifi».iii-l la.-,i .-.pin.K. .111.1 \^ii'! 
prodjicflon balnjr well maintained, to hh 
nolhlnff of the Income from I ho Crow ^ 
Ne«l Pnss t'oal C'o.'s Investment, pre,'4eiit 
-p^rituis for Or«inli\- stock can hardly Im 
considered . \ti;.. asfant. 

8no«il}oe 

An intcrf'.MdiiK fi'atnn- "l ' ■ .^ ■■. 1- Is 
tlio advnnr.' II r tlHi Siiow.-^hoo ■mine at 
Phoncnix. on-- "f the pioportieg of the 
<'on.<(olldHto<l MlnUiK and .StneUInK Com- 
pany, to a tonnaRC for the year thus fjir 
of inn, 000. The mines that prevlonHl\- 
pnsfK'd this mark were .«mcr'fi(i(«lv<dy, th" 
Clranhv, I'hoenlx; the Mollier l,0(lii, 
I'tioi-nlN; the Ontre Hlar. JtoHnltind. 



Anlth«r Ootbnrsi, 
Oh, i«al#ter Yedito?! 



nesB 0' th' toon. Naobodx else daur— " 
"Tuts, McMprloy," says I, "shairly 
yc'rc no losain' yer temper!" . 

"Certainly, not, McTavlsh. but I hno- 

preevillKCs. When common fouk, like 

M , yersel; are anpry, they lose their tcni- 

I hae fa'en oot Wl' ma suld an' bosom 'p^p g^ ^^,j. j^jp; jtg. gy^ righteous In- 

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ii-ho as a cure for the 

'kness o' th' tfooncll. Te 

an' me wis stannln* 

oon Joog y.isterday. 

iiei. ma tnornln' treatment 

k o' inf1»ienzy that, a «5on- 

ar syne. I wis 

laist Bimmer. I 

iiy in a pcptt Act 

in" no bein' able" 

luuiibt-r wan Glenlcevlt, I 

Methodist meehlster tae 

, r.iornin/ On accoont 6' 

Then. 

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kIoi'it. Tim 
Ilka n poorlo 
pny.s. :vr a 
niot.nr <'(iin', 
••Whit dao 



no tae change 
tae speak b' opt 
splered ahbht the "en* 
McMorley turned rodnd 
hiR pnn fair bleesin.' aii' 
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meddlln 'wl' mjr prl\. 
ye no liajjd yer nuWi 
gomerll that ye arc 7" 

"nut," HayH I, " 1 111 

"II (11 nil A mnlll'i 
Morley, "It's IV! K, ye 
rhalrgo o' tb' pjorals 



dignatlon, no ordinary temper 
that." , 

"Certainly, certainly," says I, wiiahin' 
tae keej) the peace wl' an nyld freon, 
"but dlv ye , no believe in a new Idee^ 
whiles?" 

Alas, Malster yedltor, for ma gukj in- 
tentions, the McMorley turned roond. 
trummlin' wl" "rlRhteous iQillBnation," 
an' lookln' as fierce as Ajnx defyln" the 
llohthin," an 'roared-^ 
' VMcTavlSh, anither word o' yer impid- 
dence. an' 1*11 glc ye a dad on the nose 
three ■ times finriln"! New Idees, for- 
aooth; .Dao -y£-:thijik I want t&e be_ltke_ 
ma hrlther Jock's Kaineellon!" 

"i^pjh ine. McMorley, "whttnar-thiftR- 1» 

that ye're bnverln' aboot noo?" 

j 'I aye kent yo were' Ignorant, Mc- 

' TavlBh. It's a reptile a wee lizard that 

< lijuiRes. Its colour tae suit the |llir- 

..,il,.« Jock had yln o' the' "wee 

tae cheer »hls Jonely oors, 



which wis hinKin- ow.^r. a chair. The 
kilt wis Royal ytuSn, «ti' the putr wee 
kameellrfn. hh'w 'ip^ 1 -atch ,mo ndaplfn' 
ma«el tae iij'W Idr.s' 

"A" rtcVit', McM<,il,-i .■■ sayo 1. tryl.n' 
tae keep catmi. , inrni' an' hae a wee 
Donal." ^ , 

.'•Mc Tavlsh, • says , he, pittln" on his 
..Sawbath I'fico, an', Ktrokin' 1)18 whuSk- 
ers. ■•mu^tliln' I'Ut water ever passes ma 
lips/' . . '■• 

/'•Whit. -Mr.Mnri. V ii.Tp In Victoria? 
Got near Oak lii- wiiaurl live; the 
watpr Canna I'.' ta .-ji In comfort unles.s 
I pit on a r.nplratof an' say ma dyin' 
prayers. It .ta.-^lfs Jlst ' aboot 'Itlte the 
auld' oaken hucki*t looks," 

"McTavlshi lioo daur ye say ^ word 
abbot the water It i^mells like a mid- 
den. I'll ndniii', iiiit the doctors hao^ 
made a chpnilcn"! analysis an* tKlj^;* de- 
clare' It lae lie fit tae drink." iv' 

■•But wbli ahoot the wee tvaggllh' bac 
tjoerv thInKS," t»ay« I. 

"Stap yer ralbfln. ' snaps * MoMorley, 
"the water Is a" rtcht 

"Weel, I'll «ti<k tae' ma Glonleevlt," 
says 'I. • .. . '' ^—'- -i-M' 

"Oh, McTavish, dlv- ye nO ken. aboot 
the terrible effects o' whuskey on leev- 
In' things? "C'wn.y , "ben f the Broon 
JoofT, an' 111 show ye." 

See Intae the broon Joog we went. 
and the McMorley ordered a gless n' 
water. Then. Jiu'ln*. yln o' thne innRnl- 
fyln' glaBses oot o' his pooch, he tellt 
mo tae keek through at IHe 
"Mft^ltiter Yedltor, a* 



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man. Yln iWy, itt or- 
j the wunnerfti' poor.s 

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Tophet cblildna 1 
the awfii' menni?. : 
gless. < 

"Noo, McfftvlBh,' 
i<eep looktn' while 
whuskoy." .•\i'i' ;ih 
the whnHke\ 
preliLstorti' !■ 
n convtrl 
pC'iJ dei'n 



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at the watei". 
the monsters o' 

I'lar.ionie than 
• I lirouRh that 

Rffy."-' McMorley," 
drapiil.' o' 
■leetli. when 
a' the ■wrJKglln' 
'1 that gln.ss Kieil 
■Koiiy an' di-up 
n' llin Innil.l.-i. 
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Te«l you will be too late for the 
following money makers unless, 
you hurry. These three buys 
are very cheap without car line. 
imt ' think of the big advance 
when the cars are running. 

JTo. 1, ilaanloliton — ^^50 acres, one 
mile from Paanlchton hotel, 
main road juns through. I'rtce 
$200 per acre, one-third rfish. 
balance arranged., 

So. a, Sidney — 5 and 10 acre 
blocks, all under ciffilvation 
'and, oti main road. Price $385 
per aco. 

Wo, 3, Sidney — 8 acres, all in cul- 
tivation, wire fervclnfT. 2 min- 
utes from school, line for .sub- 
dh'lding, $300 per acr e. en 
terms. "^^ ^ 

GARDNEHrHEALTY CO. 

Phono 1937. 648 T»t«» St. | 

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live stock wl' a guld dram o' numbei 
wan Glenleevlt." ■ 

At this the McMorley flung oot o', the 
door wl'oot a word, an' I diluted anither 
gless (/ water for drlnkln' purposes, an' 
tae droon my sorrow at haeinVhad •!'• 
a rippet wi' ma aulO" frefen: — ~"^ 
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The big Dominion Dredge Fruhllng 
has at Inst taken up the work of 
dredging at the piouth of the, Fra.'^" 
klver, operations having been delay •■ : 
pending a slackenlj^g in the fif^hiiu; 
season, 



a^he lai«e8t Indivld.yai 

land ftils year ffirThf 
l<cioteiirt\- iy\ke is recoi ' 
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Overlooking 
Victoria Arm 



compar.i' i\ i!v new, iic.wly j:;ra(lecl ccnu'iil sidrw a!L-. 
Rooms incltiik-:-.. Vestibule cli'.ik- riMim. hall, draxs iu;;- 



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ro(iMi. ' i:!fi and linen r'"'iu n|> >iair-, LL'!',--.' \\a> weil 
buiii for owner and heated wiili hni air, lart^c open , i ic 
in drawiiu'' room, stone foundation, ]ar<;;c ba.scinciu wi'a 
statM I .,. . ash tubs, house well ventilated and firsi- 
class plumbing' thrOiVghoTTt. ' 

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Fort Street 

Valuable Income Bearing Property 

A\ c liavc for sale the Properly siiuated on the tjomer of Fort- Vancouver 
ul Mears_ Streets, .having a frontage of ^ feet on Fort street, and running 
through to Mears str^<^;- t)ur£ng the past two' weeks more^property on 
Foxt street h^ls been sold than in any other part-of' the city. Fort'stE^ft is 
iat present, and always wiii:lie» the main thorougKfalx^eading'^^v tl^^^^b^^^^^ 
— -idential part of tke to\«Ti.-^As SOdncttfrlile^p^ improvements as to 

the'.street willjf-]uickl>-' become one of the 



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winning and Hgliting are fim 
main retail streets of Victoria 



Telephone 
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DAY & B. BOGGS 



Established 
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620 FOJT STREET, \'ICTORIA, B. C 









Apply to • 

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1206 Government Street _ Victoria 



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Five-roomed hquse and good barn 1^8 horses), also Buggy shed. Lot 50, x 1 (to. Price $3800 
One-third cash. ,. , ; . 

A first paymen.t of Sjcxj will handle — , * ' . « 

3 Lots 38 X 14s, on Grant Street. Price $1650, or 

4 Lots 40 .\ 170,- on Shelbourne Strict. Price $1200. \ ^ ' " 



Tw(Ti\^icc Lots On "Which,' 5 
-™Zta^i Bu^ Are: 

I Lot 65 X ^40v on Chamberlain Strfcct. PrTcc^fso. Terms. ■ / 
I Lot 60 x.,140, on Gov»^n Street. i|riec $650. Terms.. ^ 



GREEN & BUIIDIGK BROS. 

REAL ESTATE 'INSURANCE' 
Cor. Broughton and Langley Streets ^ , 



Phone I 518 



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THIS IS A SNAPj 

——.$8,500—^' 

Buys Three Lovely Lots with a Modern Dwelling House, 
Garage and Fine Ornamental Garden 

On Government Street J 

> Convenient to Dallas Roadj Park and Cars, on Very Ea'^y 




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A SNAP ! 



^ Modern I 1-2 Storey House 

With full basement, Princess Avenue, near City Park. For quick sale, only $2,950. Terms. 



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Fire Insurance a Specialty. COLKS & ODDY Fire Insurance a Specialty. 



' REAL ESTATE, INSURANCE AND FINANCIAL AGENTS ' 

1205 Broad Street, Next to Colonist Office • Telephone 65 



P. O. Box 167 



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We hav^nofn© ROodn create 
Bmall blocks, for sale 
Wood, on very easy term! 

Several l)lookB .of land on and 
near th© new .Mil l Bav ron ii. 

Alsd several business rroper- f 
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SS|P''''"'M1" '-=''! ij Ask About These I 



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^ A 157 acres of g'. >d 



land. _25rt__f rult 
trees bearing, ""^'lose to sleam- 
btiat landing. Snjall house, barn 
and stables. An ideal spot. 



. 454 acres, near Clayocjupt. with i 

waler front of exceUcnt aanily 

beach ^ price per acre..... $9 

Lot. MeRzt«s St.. near Sltn- 

coe .flSOO 

Large lot, Superior St., 60x1 4 o, 

near gov ernment bldgs.. . .$9100 

iuslneas lot. 60x120, fesoUlmaU 

I'oad, between Rock Bay and 

Point Ellis bridges. pi*ice. .$1600 



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R. B. PUNNETT 

Bstata AK«nta, Stocka. Ins^nnc*. 

Telephone 1119. P. O. Drawer 7 81. 
Soom 10, Vabo.B Block. Victoria. 

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ALBERT TOLLER & CO. 

Imperial Rank Chambers.. 
604 Yates Street 



No. 626. — A gnocl Lo't (Ul \ ancouver Slrcel, closeTi^T 
' on terms' — 

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207 Government St. 



Phone 55 



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FORT STREET 

60x120 BuHlnoss corner... .$ia,000 

60x120. Revemiu prodvicltig. 19,000 
60x120 Near Blanchai-d at.. 30,000 
eOxlSO JNearer Blan<ihard... ai.OOO 
', Biqulmatf., 
A busj jehs corner lot In « tin* 
location, can't be .beat. . . . . . <iJ850 

- Eapy terms on all-theaa 



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Ptaone J38Q. p. o. Box 4S& 

Seal Zlrtute Agent. 

704 •state's ST. 



Read This Advertisement Th.?Ar?irp" 

ST. JAMES STREET— uno block from the Oak Bay Hotel and beach 
and hair a block from Oak Bay cnr, 2 lots for sale/ all cleared, good 
soil, building restriction $3.000., Terms U caSh. balance $100 each 
per qiiiirtrr. Price, $l.(>O0 for the two. 

NEW 6 ROOM. HOUSE' ON DAVIE 8TREET--ir,(i foot from the ,ar, 
large lf\pl cleared li,it. house has all modern conveniences, street has 
cement .siiliwHlki*. Price. $3,1 dO. Cash $i.SO and the l>alarfce at $;:5 
i||nil Interest per month. • 

5 ROOM MODERN HOUSE AND GOOD LOT ON SOUTH TURNER 
STRIpET -I'ive minute.s" walk from the po.<<t ,iQffice, rented, at $2.') 
per nil. mil. Price, $3,5t)0. The owner will accept a g-iod R*t"4fl^ a 
good .sl|ii;iiion as theflr.wt pVjyment. Or wHl sell on easy 'terms of 
$3110 casli. I)alance $25 per. monili and Interest. 

4 ROOM HOUSE AND QOOD LEVEL LOT ON PINE STREET, 
VICTORIA ,WEST--c1osp to The street cars and <-hiirches and school. 
. NlVe neigiiborhood.* Price, $1,300. TermST^lOO cash and .the bal- 
ance at j$4»' p«r. month, jrichullng interest. 

RICHARDiiON STREET — Meaiulful level lots in the Douglas estate. 
Just bel' w Govcrn'ment hou*e. Tlie«e lo.ts are unsurpassed as a 
.srieculrttion as the fashionable portion of the clt,\- Is growing" 

.-.towards them,- we 'feeJ eonhdent they will be worth $l,r.00 each In 
A wo years. Price $650, oil ea«\' terms. Kewetat_4m8t the lots. 

HjOLLYWOOIT'T^iyDITION— Car runs pa.'Jt the door, level grassy dear- 
'ed lots wiiJiin one block of tlie Koul Bay beach ; these are the cheap- 
est buyM In the city at %^0 eat^. ' Terms, $50,. cash and the balance 
at $15 per month. _ ,' 

Fiillerloi.1 Bros. 

618 Trounce Avenue 



Xo. i[_'i.— .\ hcantiful L(>!. on Ruhardson Street, ♦ 

near Cook, .1 bargain — . ' t 

$1^650 I 

\o. icK)/— ^Xn l)(.-tt-cr .corner r.n Lindcji, .Avenue than 
, !lTi>. Ili,^Hi -.iud .^i.^hily. (Wiv on this ne,\v drive to 
the sea — , 

$2,625 

Xo. 113J. — .\cw .Moflcni l*',ivc l\<>,,ni Coitaq-e, bcauti- , 

fully finished and well located, lla-cnient, furnace t 

and \'cry easy icrni^ J 

$3,500 ! 

THE GRIFFITH CO. I 

Rl-:.\l.-l-V .\.M> 'l-KMLKR '♦ 

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Choiee Property near 
^ Duncan for Sliie 

; e<»inprl«»tig 27»4 acres (3.T eleaped and nhmit ir, underdrnined.) Kx- ',', 
cellent Vrroomed house, with mrnii-^j^-h I'O ' nv ' »i c ,n r py..: ta ' i^eliliQu.'<e '""t)arn«, <^ 
stables, cowhouses. Hay barn (with <arri<.-r, holds .-JS tons.) Orchard' '< »' 
and srriall fruits. Good well and livfng .^iiirliig. silfficfent for all |Mi*^-Hi * 
poses of Irrigation.' AUlahd well fenced, i'licc ..,.,.. ,$11,000 * 

A. W. JONFS," Limited 




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GILLESPIE & HART 



Two fine lots on Prior tit. 
-Bttsy.' jtermB--j400 each. 



Wescott & Letts 

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Linden Avenue 

GR A SSN- lot with (>o f kkt_k roxtaor . 



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Price only $1,450, on Tcrm.s 
Biesf Bill} on the Street 

WILLI Ak MONTEITH 

Real Estatet Loans, Insurano* 



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.6o'-x 120, next to corner, ♦ 

close in, with j^i^ood rev"- ♦ 

This is the l)vst * 

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'ner is held at $ 1 5,000. 

PRICE 



1218 Langley Street 

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Terms $4,000 cash, 
.balance to arrange. 




LESS THAN COST OF 
CLEARING 

■.'i,.\.i<" ..f 'vplfrirHil hottom Ifind. 
s.-fir!.iniH«.- ! .' nrre.v* elenred. 
Um.Ms- iiMiii:n« jiir>>«i)r ■ flows 
"ir.H.Kii : 1 ,. property.' all 

, , t<Ti<'..Ml II.. i-iiii.ilnpM; within .2 
iTMii-s frt>n\ \ i,-i-,,, ,, I'i hr,. ,j,-,r 
'"•"• ■ ■ , '. $50.00 

^I''"''' "'' -^ ' l.-'Ud uncifflted,, 
(VMli l.,,tl. -•'.■. r:iu\\ Ial<e ■frofftiRe" 
ifitiij' |e\ol rill, I ofitnHy e.Ieare(1. 
"■l.i'ytriliK whHir;. ,n,-tt4- pehool. 
•a.viiit iiv.i linfiiM from 'vioto^!ia. 
' -irHri)e_jjrtir>erty and (1 Koijd 
lit, imr. ae((-. ' , . . .■', . . 938,00 
AI70THS& . SNAP 
11.-. An-ci^. i^inall .irfharfl.. 10 nerfs 
"I' fine lan.l, cledred, small 
iKMise and (».itbufrdlngi«i, a true 
i':il|ir;il PtniriK of lovely wiiter.; 
l>tned io liovise; hornesi,- wagon 
implemonts, .inft ehlekens; .^y'- 
ei'ythtng- on rffs pisc,» «oe». . 

^''"''■" 93,1S0 

YET ASOVirXtt SVAT 
-►-AcrM*.- II cleared. uon fruit 
treee, bearlnp. t,i,.r. hoiii«e ' of ;, 
roopi», /barn, ,nfi spiln< 



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One lot lor $i,6oo, on terms 



Ftr»s Lite, Aocldsnt 



Employrfin' r,|alillity Iniiirnnrc J 



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lorka, aad all iuaflU oi Cnt.MS:»* > ; 



Phono 2307 



Currie & Power : 

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"fjl-loe $3, 

R. GRUBB 

lSl2 Broad Stroot. 



I nr Best Results Fmrn 

A fit HT( is I'n^ ' Trg The 

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VierOBIA DAILY COM)NlST 



Tu««d«y, Ai^urt 23, 1910. 



VICTORIA FUEL COMPANY. 




Victoria Fuel Go. 



022 Trounce Ave. 



Phone 1377 



VICTORIA FUEL COMPANY 




the Waterfront 




t WILL ARRIVE AT 3 P.M. : 



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MUST TAKE AUENS 
TO ORIENT 




The One 
Place 



: SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE 

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Weir Liner Kumeric Will Take 
All Stowaways Back to 
Their Homeland Without 
Expense , 



WILL TRAVEL IN 

STEERAGE QUARTERS 



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W'hcri.- \-i''U '.■.•in <lrjienil 
getting 

Pure Bottled 

Milk and 

Cream 

IS 

The Guaranteed Pure 
MilK Supply Co., Ltd. 

6i2 Pandora Avenue 



Fifty-Three Orientals Will Re- 
ceive Good Food on Return 
Homeward — Aymeric Due 

This Week. 



8 «. m. 

Point Grey.— Cloudy; thick 
seaward; 29.98; 56. 
■■"'Cti pff ■"" T-a;2'0.~O vercast ; S . ; 
30; 61; light swell; spoke King- 
fisher, 7.20 p. m.,' southbound, 
near c'ape Lazo. 

Tatoosh.— Light rain; S. 24; 
30.14; G2; sea moderate. 

Estevan. — Cloudy; calm; 
2U.'»H; 54; .«oa btnooth. 

lk<Hla. U.?ad.--i:iear; light 
S. W. 17 mllo.s; 29.44; 45; sea 
modern te. , 

Pdchena. — Cloudy; culm; 
30.12; 54; sea smooth. 
Noon 
Point Grey.— (^»vercast; light 
S. K.; heavy sea; 30.03; 63. 

Cape Lazo, — Clear; calm; 
30.05; 64; sea -smootli. 

Tatoosh— Cloudy; S. 7 milo.s; 
30.18; 53; in, Pri'sldenl, 11 :i. 
m.; In. .steamer Radames. 
11.40 a. m. 

Paehena.— Cloudy; N. \V.; 
30.18; 59; sea smooth; large 2- 
masted steamer, olack hull and 
stack with white deckhouse, 
bound In at 11 a., m. 

Kstevan.— Calm; 30.01; 62; 
light swell. 

Prince Rupert. — Clear; 30.01 ; 
62; light svyoll. 

Prince Rupert. — Clear; N. 
W.; 29.30; 70; sea smooth; 



FLOATING OF NIAY 



The \>\g Unl3ii Steamship -* 

-♦ liner Zealaffdm will make her ■* 

■*■ nltlal call at the outer wharf, ■* 

■*■ this afternoon at 3 o'clock. ^-< 

-♦• She brings consldoraVile freight ■> 

-♦■ and many pasengeis fmnj ■< 

♦• Australia and Honolulu. 



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Could Not Launch Vessel Yes-^ 
terday Moming Owing to 
Winds and Sea. May be 
Slid Off Early Today 



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FOR SAN 
FRANCISCO 

And 

Southern California 

THROUGH tJBKVICE 

iH-avo Seattle i" ■ »^- J"v »*^»'?*''e.i°,°^," 
EFiNOn OR PRESIDENT, Aur 2ft Sopt. - 

For .Soulheaatern Ala.ka. •-•U^TAOE l-ITT 
or CITY OF SEATTLE leaves faeattlo 8 r. 

'" TICK^ET ':VNb ^F^RBIGHT OFFlCK-1117 
Wharf etreet. Phone 4. 

R P. HITHET * GO., Ltd., Agents. 
C D. DUNANN. Opn.. PBS«enger K«fi\X. 

112 Markot St.. San Francisco 
For-ftiTther Information obtaln^olaer. 



Holding the record for, the number 
of stowawa'ys carried across the Pa- 
cific, from the Orient, the Weir liner 
Kumeric has returned from the Col- 
umbia river to Tai.xonla to conclude 
loading for her returV^pa.'jsage to the 
Orient and Manila. Besides, .ii big 
cargo, firty-three celestials — almost 
•enough to man another vessel her 
.size, will be taken back by the liner, 
storage, free of charge. The Chinese 
may have come to this country in 
cramped quarters, etc., but they will ♦ bar.. 30.03; temp.. 61. 
return in style, with plenty of food, *■ Cape Lazo.— Clear; ^ N. A\ 
which will cost the Weir Steamship 
line no small sum of money. Ke- 
turuing to the Orient the vessel will 
take 1,^00 tons of hay from the Pu- 
get Sound and a largejL'tBl«*flw«ient of 
..oata from the Terminal city. Besides 
this the vessel has already loaded 
2,000i000 feet of lumber of the Colum- 
bia river. . • -, ..■. . , 

.Tie Aymeric qX the aame Un*, la 
due to arrive ithi* We^Jt'from the Far' 
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WAS FIRST STEAMER 

TO VISIT POWELL RIVER;: 



Mnmlu'ldt in 10 35 a. m.» niisrlh ,. 

l„,,,i,,l ■'" ■ ' ♦"] ent there Is- absolutely " 

Iked.i.— Clear; light westerly •♦ her being injured by the 
wind; 30.01; 63: sea smbijlh. 

Triangle, — Cloudy; S. W.; 
29.55; 62; sea moderate. 
6 p. m. 

Point Grey. — Clear; calm; 



temp.. 63; ♦ 



Union S.S. Company 

Of B. C, Ltd. 

Direct Service luuwc.en Vancouvar and 

STEWART 

The favorit'3. pa3aeng».T sl.^amer 

Camosun 

Leaves Vancouver every , Wedneji. t p.m. 
Ar Prince Uupert every Frl. afternoon 
A -rives ate wart every Satar. afternoon 
Loaves Stewart every Saturday G p.m. 
Leaves Pr)no» Itupert every Sun. 9 a.m. 
Arrives Vancouver every Tuesday »,a_m. 
Tickets from Victoria at 1105 whari 
street. Telephone 1164. 



British Steamer Bramby Now at Ta- 

iioma Is First Boat on Record 

to Visit New B. C. Port. 




The British* steamer Bramley. which 
passed through here last week, holds ; 
the distinction of being the first ves- 
sel that has ever unloaded cargo at 
Powell River. Britis^h Columbia's npw 
port opposite C'omox. Captain Ander- 
sofr"or-'Trns-T6ss-slr'"rt^hich is now dis- 
charging ores at the Tacoma srhelter, 
stated that the new port has an excel- 
lent harbor and within two or three 
years, wlU be a bu^y port., After com- 
pleting discharging there she will coal 
at Comox before rerloading cargo at 
Tacoma for the west coast under 
charter to W. R. Grace and conipany. 

This is the Bramley's first visit to 
t>uget ^Sound and British ColumbiA. 

The Bramley is owned by Houlder. 
Mlddleton and comipany, of London. 
She Is a comparatively nfcw vessel, 
having been built four yearsj ago' at 
Newcastle-on-Tyne. by the Northum- 
berland Shipbuilding company. She is, 
of 2,789 net tons and Is 360 feet In 
lpngthj._40^ feet beam and 20 feet 
depth. Shells a fine type of modern 
steam freighter, and her clean decks 
and catolns impress every one who 
goes atKJard. 

HEAVY ToimGE "~ 

COMING TO B. C. 



wind; bar., 30.0 
smooth. 

Tatoosh. — Cloudy; S. wind, 
3 5 miles; bar... 30.21; teYnp., 55; 
passed in. two-masted steamer 
at 12.20 p. m.; out. U, S. S. 
Manzanetttt ,at 2.10 p. m.;. 
I)as8ed In by , Port Cresent 
steamer Jim Butler at 12.30 p.' 
in.; outalds bound in. three- 
masted steamer. Cluirle»' Nel- 
son at 6 p. m. » 

Triangle —Cloudy; S. wind. 
!4 miles;, bar., 20.59; temp., 
56; sea moderate; fishing 
schooner oft here. 

Prince Rtjpert. — Clear; N. 
W. wind; bar.. 28.40; temp., 
50; sea smooth 

Ikeda. 
har., 30.1S; .'_Mtnp.. 68;. sea 
smooth; ' ■ ' ■*■ 

Estevan. — Clear; W. wind: -♦■ 
bar.. 30.07; temp., 55; .sea ■*■ 
smooth. , ♦ 

Pachena.-^Cl«ar: N. W. wind;, ♦ 
bar., i30.Z2: temp,, S7; l i ght ^ 
swelir ' ■.♦ 



ii j li ii ii ll i 'f ill I n i I I II I II il ' III I ' l - I 



With practically the same full flow 
of tide aa that of the morning she 
piled onto the rtM.'f of Sentinel Island, 
the Canadian Pacific Skagway liner 
Princess May was not floated yester- 
dav as was expected, owing to the 
prevailing string winds and seas, but, 
wcatlicr permitting, the vessel will 
be .slid off early today or as soon as 
the wind modi-rales. The tides of 
Monday morning and this jnorning are 
almost Identical with those of the 
morning she struck the reef. The 
flow of the tide is made about 1 a. 
m., this being midnight at Victoria. 

Captain Troup, superinifendont ofl 
the H. C. t:;oa.si service, received in- 
formation to the effect yesterday 
that the vessel was ready to be float- 

♦ i ed within a short notice, the o:ily 

♦ I dlffleulty being the unfavorable con- 
-•■ ditions of the weather. A* the vessel 
-♦-! stands in the temporary slip at pres- 

no danger of 

sea, as "he 

Is perfectly securr 

As to the conditions on the night 
the vessel struck, there was no fog. 
but a very black night prevailed. A 
night of this nature In the North is 
considered by nautical men of greater 
danger than fog. As a rule, fog Is 
banked and open spaces are met with 
occasionally, but there Is no end to 
the black night, ilntil the break of 
dawn. 



PUPERT SA ILED L AST NIGHT 

Omitting calls at Victoria and Seat- 
tle owing to tl/> breaking of the port 
column of hor #ngliies, tlie G.T.P. liner 
Prl/ice Rupert, fully repaired, sailed 
from Vancouver la.st night with a l.irge 
list of pasHcngora and a r>ai't.V ^'^ thirty 
tnember.s of the (Jnind Trunk director- 
ate, including Mr, Charioa M. Hays, its 
chief, on a toUr of In.Hpecltlon to Prince 
Rupert, the Pacific Coast terminus of 
tJio road. Tlie iiarty will make the 
round trip, returning to Victoria and 
Seattle on the steamer PHnce George, 
.Ai'igust 31. Following this the party 
will .spend two or- th^€^e days In- tliU 
city. I 

Among the paBsengcrs who were 
transferred to Vaiico\iv(>r yesterday, I 
per the Princess Victoria, for the | 
Prince Rupert are: Mr. A.-;.Si.. £.tiinil.e.ld, i 
Mr. A. M'. Sueur, Mr. A. B. Mackenzie, 1 
Mlys Eda Kohse. MIh.s Augusto Kohse. 
('apt. .J. Li. Mosher and wife, Mr. C. 
Peterson. Mr. H. P. Hemming, Mr. 
Harry Puckle, Mr. Jas. Stewart, Miss 
A. L. Hodges, .Mr. J. A. Mara, Mr. 
Henry Martin and Mr. C. H. Dickie, 
the three latter named being members 
of the Portland Canal Mining Coni- 
pany, goIng-TTort.h to inspect mines. 



CANADIAN 



TBAUTB rXOM VAWCOUTEK. 

9.00 a. m... Express for Winnipeg 

and Montreal. 

.3 p. m Kxpn H!i for SI: I^huI 

7;30 p. ni, . . BxpreBS for, Winnipeg 

and Montreal. 

■TEAMBHirs FBOK TZOTORIA 
TO VAHCOtTVEB. 

2:1B pm. Pally e-vcept \Vi-,liii..s!iay 
11:45 p. lA : .' Dally 

TO BEATTX.E. 

5 p. m Dally 

TO WANAIMO. 

6 a. m Vlvi-ry Tuesday 

TO UWIOjr AND COMOX. 

6:00 a. in Every 'riir'Ml;iy 



TO AliABKA. 

11 'p. m AUK. -'« and Sept 2 

And every Friday thereafter. 

TO rmziroE kupsbt. 

11 p, m. ..'•■• -Auk. 2« and Sept 2 
And every FrldHy therenrt.r 

TO PO»T BBSXWOTOK. BKEEHA 

KITBB AJTD QUEEW OHAB- 

X.OTTE ISXia-NDB. 

n p. /m .Auk. 22. Sept. 0-19 

Loaoiwa. CAMPS and biters 

ZNX.ET. 

12 Midnight Kvery Monday 

TO" OHIJirA AND JAPAN. 

l^nuircs.s of .lapan So|it. 7 

.Mi.iiU-agIc . • ■X'lU. 1i\ 

TO AtJBTBAIiIA AND NEW 
ZEAI.AND. 

Zcalandla (ucw^i ,Sc|it. n 

.Marama ........ ^ October 7 

'J'lironto aHa"Tetiii-n. Tlckr-ts o'n 
sail- AUKUSt H) tii • ' ' ■> I 

n turning^ until S. '■ .: : ; i 



Toronto E xhibition Excursioii, $61.90 

XTWTIIi PUBTHEB NOTICE THEBEWIIiI. EE NO BOAT TO VAN- 
COUVER AT 2:15 p. m., WEDNESDAYS. 

For furllicr ii:ir.Ucnl;li:i apply to L- D. CHETHAM, 

1102 (iovornnii'iit .'-Jlrcrl. ''ily J 'ii^si iu;i-r .Asi-nt. 



CONTEMPLATES NEW CRAFT 

Mr. Arthur Keist, of Duncan Said to 

Bo Considoring Regular Service 

to Cowichan Lake. 



HOYAL lOUR OF 




AF 




CLERGYMEN. ATTENTION! 

Aftm — ic'on fere rut. 'ni'x li' lieauties 
and grandei'ii- of ilie I'acHic • t.'fc)ast-"=^s 
viewed from mir l'ala4^«l Steamers on trip 

To Prince Rupert or Stewart 

_ Uniq¥erTnsiructive" and Inspiring. . . 

JEailPfliiice Rupert, Stewart, Queen Charlotte Islands , 

Via \ancouvi".r 






Clear: light "W. wind; 



-•-T" 



Td' "tun in connection with the Co- 
wichan Lake stage line, operated by 
himself, Mr. Arthur Kelst of Duncan 
Is contemplating the construction of 
a fast stern wheeler steamer to make 
trips up the lake to Its head at reg- 
ular Intervals. The vessel t)f course 
win not be put Into commission, it 
is thought until next year. 

A service of this -nature would be 
of great value to the many residents 
of the lake and Js Ipolted' forward to 
with great InterMt. ' , . 

BOY INVENTS^A 

BOAT LOCATING MIRROR 

Floyd Merrii, a Seattle Boy» Has Built 

an Apparatus Which Works by 

Wireless. 



Programme for the Vis[t_of the 
Duke and Duchess, ofUon- 
naught to the N'ew feder- 

, ation / 



Ss. PRINCE RUPERT— 3,500 Tons— Ss. PRINCE GEORGE 

DOUBLE WEEKLY SAILINGS 
EVBRX MONDAY, 10 a. m. j EVEKY FRIDAY. 10 a. m. 

Z rOB SEATTLE AT lOIDNTOHT ~^ " " 

EVERY SATUEDAY I EVERY WEDNESDAY 

BETUBNINO — Leave Seattle on Sundays and Thursdays at Midnight. 

mTRNATToNiurDOU^i^^ 

] teaches All Points in 




Mishigan, Ontario, Quebec, Maritime Provinxnre, 
New England, New York and South and East' 

via Any Route. 
Finest roadbed, modern and luxurious trains. For information a.s to 
fares etc. also for folders and particulars re Grand Tnmk Pacific points. 
Ipply ft temporary office, O. T. ?. dock. Wharf Street, rear of Po.st 
— OTflce. "Write or telephone: 

W- E DUPBtlOW, Telephone 2«i. . • -.HA^OUi RROWX 

C. P & T. A. Dock. and Freight Agent «. T. P.S. S... 

General Agency Tran.s-Atlantiw Stearii.'iliit) l-inr;s. 



The Otter also brought 322 barrels of 
sperm oil, 133 drums of No, 1 oil and 
322 barrels of inferior oil and a con- 
signment of 1,296 sacks of fertilizer. 



ThrouRh fIcVcots niid through bills of 
laddnp are now issued from Fugst 
Sound and British Columbia ports to 
Atlin B. C.,' Dawson. Y. T. and Faliv 
bank-s, Ala.ska. Connections made . at 
Skagway with our dally trains, at 
White Horse and Caribou with our 
rtvei- and lake steamers and at Dawson 
with steamers for points on the Lower 
Yukon river. 

Fur further Information apply, 
TRAFFIC department' W. P. & Y. B. 
liui MiiiiT, V»:i':imvL,;-. D, C. 



\V ! VI 



That Coming to Puget Sound and B. C. 
Portjf Exceeds bhowing of Last 
• Year by 4,599 Tons. 



Denies Report of Charter. 

Manager Crelghton of the Sun 
Steamship company denies that the 
steamer Georgia has been chartered 
by Andrew Weir &>Co. 

I I ♦ 

Leebrb Went to Porter Pass 
"The steamer Leebro under charter 
tb the Canadian government left yes- 
terday for Porter Pass where she will 
replace a drifting buoy. She will pos- 
sible return tonight" to make a trip to 
_tbe wtest coast next. 

FIVE MASTED BARK 

WILL HAVE AUXILIARY 



n 



S.S, "Gollege Wm 



Leaves the O. T. P. Wharf at 7:30 

a. HI., every Monday, Wednesday 

and Friday 

iiir' SU'U Spring, Ma.' I 
ivnder and other IsIriiuh, (.iUuik 
;it. Cowichan Bay on Mondays and 
Hnciic Harbor on Saturdn > 
Leave Mayntv Island at 7:00 a. lo. 
pvcry TupKdfly, Thursday and, 
Saturday Cnr Victoria aiul '.■ .i >■ 
portd, 

Sne Time Card 

. . . . , , Freight Accepted , ' 

The "College Widow" c.-m \ <■ 
chartered for~Hpec1n I n ; 
Sundriys. 




Shipping tontiage now on th6 way to 

Puget So'und and British Columbia 
exceeds that en route at the same 
time last yeilr by 4,599 tonS, and that 
on the way on the same dale Ini 
190S-4>y. 2."),sy7 tons. That oa the way 
ti') I3rltl.«h Columbia ports shows only 
a slight IncreuiiL' over the .years 1908 
anil 1903. iho total now known to be 
en route being 30, -'26. tons. 
' The United Ktates government, has 
three vessels, the Norwegian steamer 
Kjornstjerne BJornsen, the British 
.Ht(;amer Cganda and the Norwegian 
steamer Christian Hors headed around 
I lie Horn, l/ound for-, the Sound., 

I Miiuiir, Cuthrle «k Co. have aevera! 
Mill,!.;, among them being the Amor- 

.111 ship Alius, from Philadelphia; 
:: - Fre.ich. bark Montcalm, from Ant- 
11, and the French bark Eugene 
i rgeline, from Clasgow. All will 
carry grain frorh Sea:ttle andr-neigh- 
borlng ports. Their t6tal- net tonnage 

Is i;,!t99. . " ■ 

The Haft Of -©odw<»Il & Co, steamship 

agents, Inol'ude '■' Tirirish 'Hteamers 
AntllochUR ami i from Olasgnw, 

• and the i-triUt-h isicanver Parkinson, 

j from. Llver|>ocd, the combined tonnage 
of the throe being 17,318. The British 
steamers Be.'Sle Dollar, Nethorlee and 

j Beachy are coming from Hankow for 
the Robert Dollar Company. Togethre 

' r' , . >!r- !i,il'' tons of freight 

1 , I , • .;;ii ! ^ Aymeric. 2,7S3, 

, ; III r.i ,,,, !>.., ^^■:,^• 

Kiitl. 



pranch Owners Place Order for New 
' Sailing Ship for Nickel Ore 
Trade. 



■ I i;i 'Il 

.1,1 IImi, 



ar*- til 



The Toronto Telogi;am, speaking o." 
tii^' brutality of lacrofese, which imwa- 
da\-s seems to be a pet .subject and 
worthy even of the pulpit, like book- 
making' find- fanetan; says some peopl .j 
ltfj.v<^th.c_l<,lea tiiat the whole, hlamo 
should rest at "the door of profcsstr.n- 
inishi. At! a-mftMcr of fact 4tr-Awui.. bnlx-. 
a' short time ago that John Ma.«isoy, ro- 
)nlni.<!cing of the past to a hu:ro3«a re- 
porter, recalled an occrislon upon whlci 
in those good old amateur days an Iu.ii,. 
r'lan mxrned D?111ebout was expressly 
.Icputecl to lay the famous Ross Mac- 
kenzie hor.s de fvomhat by digging men- 
tioned gentleman's adbomen. This 
was In the days of the old Ontarlos.^on 



■ . . t llci.'JC • I ■ ' . ; . 

. ,..: ..;:ie Htf;;ai!i' ; ., : ! :ii ■ ' 
aka Shosen, Kaisha line, the Tai - 
Maru and the Chicago Mam. \y\< < 
combined to;inage of 7,661 ii 

Xorthi'rn liner Mlnnesotn, .si 

the Nippon YiiMi' n l\.r:-Oi.i iirnT I'.-ini- 
^ba Maru, 3,80:i. 




It Is rather Interesting to l««imtliat 
In these days, when the sailing ship 
Ip so rapidly being supplanted by the 
tramp stea^mer. a firm of French sail- 
ing ship owners has recently placed 
an order for a five-masted bark to be 
equipped with auxiliary powen She 
la to be. especially adapted for the 
nickel ore trade between New Cale- 
donia and Europe, 'In which so many 
French wind-jammers engage.' The 
new shin is to he equipped with two 
Diesel motors, glivng her a speed of 
10 knots an hour. For this reason It 
is Impossible to compare this craft 
with the German five-maatert bark R. 
C. Rlckmers, which Is equipped with 
aujtlllary steam power.' The Rlckmcrs 
will be remembered by many Ta- 
comans, Jiavlng visited this port in 
January',' 1908, to load grain for the 
United Kingdom. Spealtlngr of the 
RIckrhers and the new Frenchman, an 
fcnglish aiithxrlty say.^ 

"It la luirdly likely tii.u ilie con- 
Rtructlon' of the French windjammer 
will be the ' forerunner I of many ves- 
sels of her type. -The R. C. Rirkmers, 
originally built foi" the rice trade, has 
remained so far without followers, al- 
thiiugh her voyaging la said to have 
resulted In a i^roflt to. her owners. As 
t' O'. Til" I'Ycnchman, she .should 
I : .1 . in the nickcl ore trade. 
I i.iiii ,, ipis having pra-ctically 
that traffic. But the 
(iixlllary sailing vessel 
I :iliirig the coast, and 
1 trridf,«<. where bail 
y by 



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.ic,|i 



nnd characterifitlo features of h, rr.sso 
arc not of modern , invention, iior the 
natural progeny of profe.-jsloiialir.ni. 



Rupert City at Vancouver. 

The steamer Rupert city, \\fM*, re- 
turned from Unalaska and has tied up 

at Vancouver awaiting orders. 

. _.». 

Segura Due with Cement. 

' The. Brltl.sh .ihip Segura. with a. 
cargo of cement for the Ilohert Ward 
company. The ve.sf<pl is 136 days out 
from I'yondon and .should .nrrhc ,ii 
th'< Cnpe sliortly. 

Otter from West Cosst. 
The steamer Otter which iirrlvod 
here yesterdiiy, brought word th.it the 
Pacific Whaiing company has cnp- 
tnred six R|icrm uhnies in West Coast 
waters during the last week or so. 



propulsion Is l'i."i;iu ri^oml < 
day." 

Capt. /,.-Mii',i I", iriiHl-!- i.f til.' I',. iLrlan 
ship L'Avcnir, will lit; reno iiiliered l>y 
a host of Tncomans, having visited 
Tacoma In the U. C. Ricknuirs, cout 
mandlng a corps of Belgian cadets, 
who iwero touring the wtu-ld in the 
Hlckniers imtU the completion of the 
L'.'\vent, which was built for training 
apprentices for the men hnnt marine. 
The L'/Vvenlr wa.f constructed at the 
Rlckmer.Hi yards at Bremerhaven. 
(.".'apt. Slander was lavishly entertained 
while at Tacoma and lie )ec«ll.<< hl« 
viKlt. to tills port with pleasure. The 
L'Avenlr la said to bo an excppllonally 
fine windjammer. She arrived atSiin 
l'"ranciaco a, few days ago in ballast 
from ITonoliilu. The Bolgiiin is under 
charter to load wheat at the bay city 
for the United Kingdom. ' 



A boat location mirror is the latest 
Invention of a ' youthful Inventor, 
Floyd Merrill, of Seattle. It is as- 
serted by the inventor that with this 
mirror, worked, by wireless tele- 
graphy, steamships will be.aHfi+>l«d to 
tell on the darkest night or in the 
thickest fog the e'x&ct location of a 
boat within a radius of a mile or 
more. The radius will depend entirely 
upon the strength of the wireless ap-. 
paratus. 

The device haft been tested by the 
Boston Electric Company, Seattle, and 
their opinion coincides wtth that of 
Merrill as to Its pra'cllcabllity; Four 
steel posts are placed on arms at right 
angles with each other, and fastened 
to the mast of a steamsljlp. The steel 
posts are connected by wiring with a 
four-piece mirror. Each sac^on^ , of 
the' rjijrror is divided into small 
squares an inch or so In width. 

The Inventor asserts that a boat 
coming within the radius of the 
steamship having the mirror „wlll af- 
fect the steel post on the steamer's 
m&st. If the boat approaches from 
the north, the north post will be af- 
fected and win ahow the exact loca- 
tion of. the boat on the mirror. The 
movements of the other Vessel frcm 
then on woffld be shown by the Utile 
squares until she withdrew from 
radius. 

A patent has been applied for , by 
Morlll. He Is the inventor of a.rail- 
road signal system which he believes 
will prevent railroad wrecks. The 
description of the invention was-given 
In The Thnes some time ago. A pat- 
ent is expected on the latter invention 
in a few days.. 

. , . II ' 11 '#111 <i ■ 

Quadra for 'Prince Rupert 
With supplies for the lighthouses, 
etc., the D. G. S. Quadra will probably 
clear on Thursday for Prince Rupertj 
and way lighthouses. ' . . 

. , >, -. ' 

Venture Dus 

iTtie SOBCowitz liner Ventiire Is due 
to arrive from Prince Rupert and 
Stewart today. She is not scheduled 
to sal! uhtll Thurs day. 

Horn Elem Hera 
The steamer Horn Eleih from 'Fris- 
co to Comox^for coal touched at the 
outer wharf yesterday afternoon. The 
Morn Klem recently took a large ox- 
iiibit to Panama of American mkde 
goods from the Sound. 

-» ' — ■ 

Tordenskjold Out 
The big steanier Tordcnskjold pass- 
ed out yesterday from coaling up the 
Island f'tr Sydney, Australia with- a 



LONDON, August 22.^^The departure 
of the Duke and Ducheso ot Connaught 
for South Africa to perform the cere- 
mony of opening the union parliament 
at Capetown has been deflnitely fixed 
for Octoiber 10. The royal party will 
sail* fi-om Southampton on the Unlon- 
Castlc liner Balmoral, and on the out- 
ward journey the vessel- will anchor 
at St. Helena. A stay of two days will 
be made at the island, where the Duke 
and Duchess will be the guests of the 
governor. 

Capetown will be reached on October 
31, and a stay of about' a week will bo 
made there during, which time his 
Royal Highness will perform the core- 
1 mony of declaring^, the first parliament 
: open. The roVal party, at the conclu- 
Ision.of the week, will, take train, which 
has been specially built by the Central 
Pouth African railway,, for the royal 
tour, and proceed to' Bloemfontein. Af- 
ter a brief stay in the capital of the 
Orange River colony the royal party 
will proceed direct to, Victoria Fall«, 
reaching there about Noverhber 12. A i 
few days will be spent here, after | 
(Which the jpurney will be continued 
to Salisbury, where the i;o.val party 
will remain a day or two, and then go 
on to Bulawayo. 

Leaving Buluwayo on November 23 
Pretoria will be reached the following 
day. In the Transvaal capital and In 
Johannesb.urg, nyhere the, Duke will 
carry out numerous public engage- 
ments practically a wee4< will be spent 
Blght-seelng and 'visiting places of In- 
terest, it is proposed to leave the "Gol- 
den City" at the end of Novem'ber. The 
following week will be spent in visits 
to Plelermaritzfxiurig and Durban. Here 
the royal painty "will re-embark on the 
Balrnoral, and England will be reach- 
ed shortly after Christmas, proibably 
In the first, fevv days of January., The 
King and Queen will personally attend ' 
at the London railway terminus to bid 
the Duke and Duchess "bon voyage." 
The death of King Edward has na- 
turally curtailed the pigKiirramtnc of fes- 
tivities m connection with the royal 
visit to South Africa, but the journey 
of the Duke and Duchess will neverthe 
less be a rftost Interofjting one. It will 
include some 3000 miles of railway 
.traveling, and comprise visits to most 
of the greatest South African towns, 
and it will Involve innumera/tale ceie- 
monies, such as the presentation ,of 
addresses. 



■, S. S. VENTURE , 

Classed loio Ai at Lloyds 

For Skeena, Trince' Rupert* and Stewart, A\ill Sail 

THURSDAY, AUGUST 25th 

S.S. ST. DENIS 

For Campbell Kivcr, Rivers inici aiid Helln Coola 
THURSDAY, AUGUST 25th • 



634 Yates Street 



JQHN BARNSLEY, Agent. 



•Phone 1925 



.a«!wiiiR!.c;..aasf'. 



Modern Methods 



and painstaking care In cleaning 
and pressing men's garments give 
cUr work the preference with the 
men of care in their dress. 

Costs no more than less skillful 
work, but what a difference In re- 
sults! 

We'll call for and dellxar_your 
orders' If you'll say the word. 




m 
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VICTORIA STEAM DYE WORKS 



844 Vr 



Phone .717 



' S^^^soe^? lP*^''']g^' F^r'lF^'"'! ' 



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I full 1 nrKi" 'Of lumbsr. 



Radnmes Calls at Outer Wharf. 

The Kofoiiiis liner Radames put Into 
the outer wharf yesterday afternoon 
from Sallna Cruz via San Francisco 
for ^Vancouver, . ' , — 



Spithead Due from Java 

The Ktritl."*!! .^tcnnicr Spfth^nd, Capt. 
Tuckwell. which i^ ' ' '• ' 

of sugar from Ja^ ;> ' i 

HuR.Tr Hennery sho ri'portcd 

pa-itfiing in today or t'i She left 

Java, Jiilv 14, and ro.ih,i at Moroi'an, 
leaving there Augu.st 1, for this port. 
After (•li.'<charglng and coaling at Co- 
mox, the Spithead will take 1,600,000 
feet of lumber at Ha.'^tlngs mill, pro- 
ceeding thence to the Sound and .San 
Franclscoo U complete, sailing from 



bummer 

■ , . Comfort 

i 

There's solid satisfaction 
and delightful refreshment 
in a~g^lass, of 

Iced 
Postum 



ScrYfidjwith Sugar and a 
little Lemon 

rostuiii contains the na- 
tural food elements of field 
^j;aiiiSt-a»^-" •''^ really a f^iod 
drink 'that.- relicx't's fati.qtic 

--ar ■ ■■ - ■ ■ ■ •• ■• ; 

Pure. Wholesome, Delicious 
. "There's a Reason" 







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They will NOT telescope 
They will NOT splinter 
They will' NOT biirn. 

They have solved 

the problem of protection 

•for passengers 

g6 east in them 



OVER THE 



Oregon &f Washington 
Railroad si a 



EOF THE 
ASTA LIMITED 



Canadli ^ 

Canadian P"»iuiri Cereal i 
Wfndpor, Ontario. 



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O. R. & 1%0. S.,Lj»«</ ynion P*ii»fic 



Victoria Plumbing Co. 

714 Yates St. 

--——-•SANITARY PLUMBING ■ 

HOT WATER AND STEAM FITTING 



I'rompt .-S.ttention ■ , and I't ice.'- 

Estimates oivcn on Application 

c-i,,.,,,,, 1,1 1. .:'i\in im at! work eutruslrd th us. 



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^aCl\)lUA DAILY COLONIST 



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ON LOCAL COORTS 



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Victoria Toiirnameni. Coiri- 
nienced,Ycst.\ i •, —Results 

. of first -Conicsi i').raw t>i: 

Today. As Offieially 'D-rai 



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S].>i'i ial lor lit.'si brace \t 



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Singles 
.•on .(rum; 



l'^s;.°'Gf«a' 



fr'uii Alr.l Arbuckle, 
fr.ttii Mr.-Srott. 
r w (111 fiMin' Mrs 



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nti from. J«lrs. 



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Ladies' Singles 
*:<>ukM- \\:uii fniin I Mf88 CJap- 

T"dd woij:'' from i'MrJr.' Little. 



<.ed Doubles (Open) 



M 

■^li' .ind .\if.- K.ifk won iroiii -.M,'r.s. Ii. 
i'ooley and Air. .Barnard l>y default. 

!\fr.s. fiarnard and Mr. Burton won 
''■ •111 .Mi-.v Ritchie and Mr. -Vrbnckl' 
. Ladies' Doubifts (Handicap) 
I If d land and Mrsr Martin 
Irs. era ham an4 



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hv;\v i.,i 
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a-H ' i ■ , '. , ■ . ■ , ; 
ll.'M e iifvei- .seen 
liine no_^(niarr»M 
If pletnrrs ,;•; a 
a boy hii'.v ■ 1,1 
ealled n[Mi!i i • 
h\n\ aeh til , ! 

''The man w no rails .iKa-innt iii-izt- 

flBbthiK \» th«- very nmn . who would 

wa llop h is Hon well ir the lattor did noi 

kniMv,. how to defend hiiiiK*-!!' when • 

-:^ taoked by another bo> . The .luuii wuh 

red blood in hi.s vains lyioAVs that sueh 

blows as hoys i'\chHJi«f(?TlO'hai kill, 

right blow, rightly ha.s ha*! ino 

book-luarninK and too little 



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Wjtn ,1 iii.ri \\ h., il.jf.v 
jirize fij^liL will leaih 
deli-nd bini.'^elP .-H'hf-n 
I' .-^M. Ili.-ii 1 say l.-i 



be.-=l 

in Uv allow — ('\\. Alall^^.^<l .VUijur 
I 'h. X\ biilu.s Svallow. 

8]ieetal f/ir be.«t irf anv 
Rhow — ("h. -Nrontn.'j ,Swal! 
Pointers 
i'ii|.i.. Ml. h 
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.\(i\'i.e - Ki. 
I,iniit,_y_l-it. I 
\Vtvinei-.s — l-'an 
l-'iip|)\' iloK-S 
•d \VbriK. 

.\'irv~u-,-' ii.,^ 

Mniii il.it;.- 
Winn. i> .1. 
( ! ..iti.-i ,1,-1 

ijii'i'iil,' and a l;.:n;l' 
r 1,1,- ,|,,i. 



Iiuve III.' i;rusv',s .\esi \\^ ami liruiiclieM, 
l),i addition lo mlici iji>hits w hiili ilif> 
can supply lo grenter advaiuuno and at 
less cost o\Ki- gi'owef.s ami' Hlilpijurs In 
oilier purls of the pruvhic,.. and fni'lber 
.amalnwl Aniei-icuii Conjpeiliion. 'I'lies 
hIhimIiI. taUi.' advanfOKft ot'. ilieir loi'iillon 
to (fru'v and supiily ilieHti partleidur nnir- 
kcts iiM iiulekly as po.ssltde. 

Winnipeg. vVuV 9. — 1 find jubi)er8.|ier« 
unite ready to bny BrillHH Columbia 
fruit If assured aa to obtuinhii? It, afl, i 



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ordering' 
Is Kood 
vfirleiies 

I'l'aelies.. 



on date reipilieil 
and prices in ■ i 

of f|-UltS. MJi. 

(liiinis and prun. 



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iiiKlier from- llio Arperb'ai, 

siiiai!\- ,.(" aprlcols an , ,i, 

rii'iii Vnierioaii. poj.,, , ,: , 

'••■ ' - ',,slinK $1 I • ' i 'i i.. ,, \', 
' liKi retall'i : i ^ ' i 

I 'ii.l><>rs Ktatiii).; I 
' . I'l itisli Coliiinl, 
1 iifiii. as profits Wool, I I-. 
iMi till'* ('aiifornia pVodui I, 
pol-u i^oiiHldered by tlieni nlwa. 
C^.iiouil inns fronr prUale soin 

1 iniiiMiis: liiMl.><e.s .Aincn, an 

I 1 Ills, finii.er anil 'hifilioi'. 

'■ ■ iMii iViiikinK fur so 

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lis for' 

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friili I 
reiiiii ; 
bi-is i 
prirc- 

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CAPTAIN KILLED ; . , 

BY DESPERADO 



cola, 
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ami th< 

nnuch __ ^ 

physical develihmVtit. 



ilr.s 
'•■rom 
ehie. 
The 



M rs. cro w Baxter a^a Mrs. 



draw for totiaV: 

;, 10 o'clock 
t court* Mrs. Kirk vs. 
: court .'Mr. KlEk-A'u. 




mim SWEEP 

FOR LOCAL OOGS 



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Kutehart. 

iMr. Kirk's la=^J 
(irahani. 

1 12 'o'clock 
court; Mrk Barriardjsa, 



Mr. .Coles. 
Mr. Llnd- 



m»BW. Galletly.va. Sfilss 
ifrs. Kerr vs. Mrs. 



.No. 1 

.\iiriain. 

.Vo. 2 

Bowker, 

Wallkh. 



pourt: Mm. Bo^'ker and 
vs. Ur^i Galletjy and 



Mr.1, 

Mr. 
Mr. 



Nx». 3 ,coUrt:- JWrB. C. Todd v« Mr^t 
■Duiismyir, 

.; 2 o'clock 

n1>. 1 oo\trt: Mrs. Jkiartlh vs. STrs; 
lAijrtop.. 

N*o. 2 court : Mrs. Kirk vs Mra. Waa- 

■son, ■• ■■;■.■ ■ ,■■ 

No. 3 court 
Pootey. . 

. 4 o'cJock ■! 

.\"o. I ci&uH; Mr. Walllch v'a. ' Mn. 
Harnard.. ' T f . a 

.Vo. 2 r?ourt:.Mrs, Aifdaljj and MrV 
Lindsay v.s. Mrs. C&rr and Mr. Carr. 

.Vo. S coart^^Mrs. H. GlTl- si.ie vs: 
Mrs. .Galletly. ~~ — • - - -— 



M«j. GOoJitBpn • VB; 'itf§ 'U- 



deserted from the ijia\ y ji 

ind came to this ell>|. 'I'hey 

Portland on the lieaver, 

I' e to Seattle, whe/rc they 

at th.' Hotel ReynoldtT. / 

riaiiiis that he knew /nolhioK 

plan lo hold, lip the l^uekman 

until he \\a.s on hoai^d thtt~vJBiitse|. He 

-said that his eonipaiifOn~came aboard 

well supplied with arms anj<l ropes' 

with whii-h to overcome and jbUid the 

offJeer.s and crew. After beaching jtho 

Biickinan, the plan wa« to roli the 

ser and passengers ^d to raakr 

way with their bootrto the show iu 

small boats. 

WLs.v In talking to the oflteefs^nd 
•sailors whom he had under guard, told 
them .several times that he had plan- 
ned with his pal to ktllall the members 
ol the crew of the sfeanier. After the 
operator refused to obey the order to 
cut the wireless he thraw both of his 
revolvers back of the-T«?riieel houste and 
went to bed. 

A,,' + J. I r 1/ It wa.s" believed at first that aaxa£:^of 

AtlStOCratS InVaCje VanCOLf--yi^ "^'''"'^^•■s of the crew 'H,-,<;re Im- 

lilkffte*).4n the critt»e, but no evidence 
was proiTtKPd to Justify - a' c l inrge 
against any df. them. 

When the stiSamship docked here no 
one was allowedXiu «fo ashore uhtil the 
police^ were .satl.^Jled that they knew 
nothing of .the triigedy. All the pas- 
sengers were given\a chjance to identify 
Wise, who, handcufTed to an officer, 
stood at thr. head of the gangplank a.-? 
they filed ashore. A thorough search 
of the vt'ssel Is now underway In the. 
hope iha' Wesj|may be foimd secreted 
3' mewhere In llie hold. 



' .IHliJ drill. II i 
nil at lilKber 
In ir -fel ti<r .' ',ii 
orlhweslerii <ll^fri 
tind iTiMu. nf .sinnki-' 
l?o 



lov... 
polls 
"iis iiidk-ared. 

nuKo and eastern 

;li at tbl.s tlnu, ill 

■ i->ieatM)+*s. Theso 

! lOfh the Koutb at 

but MOW iniictic- 

rpr.diig^ ail 1.11- 

' GoutP' slates 

. . ■' -Q- ■•' 
I read from I hi' 
"il*>|rsi -VVlilte Ib'os: 
rlv'erlimd Lewlston. 



Idarro, lo jobbers here. 'tripy stale tbe\ 
bad to.ouii i)...\«;s of pears, and would hi 



-f*- 



pOlM' 



6(i< 



Victoria's • Blooded- Canin( 



ver and Carry Off Large 
Proportion of the Honors 



•M. 




BASEBALL RESULTS 

Northwestern.. 
■|' " oni.i « ■»■, ' a 

\'a neouver il ■ 3 9 

i-.aftorles— liall. and Blankenshlpl 

laickscn, .fensejt and Lewis. ' 

, ■. '-r" ' 1;. M a 

••Spokane '.' 1 j 1,1 j 

•SeaHle , t 7 3 

Bottfrii-^-l-., kcr -Tiid UsldicK; Zacb* 
en aiiil Hcinenway. . ' 

Coast. 



.Aiiffi.le.x 
KranLd-i, 



American. 



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Wise Picnickers 

Take Along 

Grape-Nuts 



OMI^ 






Ready-Cooked. 



FOOD 
Delicious 



and Nourishing 



one* asrain Victoria's dog fanciers 
»ye revelling, in gi6ry. They took their 
Idue blooded canine to' Vnncouver, 
placed Hiem on the benches in \'Un- 
cotiver's suihnter show and waUked 
away with a large, proportion of the 
Inmors. fh almost every class , the 
dogs from the island overcome -their 
rivals of the mainland. The Iwnne'ls 
which returned from Vancouver j-es- 
ttrday were adorned with rlbfc»t)ns and 
packed cosily away ,in the tirunks of 
the owners of the four-footed beasts 
V «re medals ajnl <ups indicatiw of 
'tite .triumphs or their' dumb friends. 

In all the setter classes and In the, 
n-ajorlty of the spaniel and terrier 
rttret'thf' victories were achieved by'A'ic- 
lorla owned dogs. Jn the EJngllah at-t-' 
ters the \Vin was most decisivie. Ch. 
.Mallwyd Major and Ch. Arbutiip Swal- 
breeds, but they took the best in their 
-l>reed8, but they <.uk' the bline ribbon 
tor finest race on exhlitlon: Mr. 'J'. 
P;__M£Conhell also showed a. yomig 
pointer bitch. Fancy, wiuch did phcn- 
(/intnally well. 

The judges^ It l.'» stated by the re- 
turned fanciers, gave general satla- 
lactlon, and the benching arrange- 
ment^' were not open to severe cen- 
pure. 

Victoria Wins 

The Victoria wins follow: 
Gordon S,etters 
• •pen bitches— :ind and reserve win-, 
ners, B. Taylors Heather Belle. 

I Airedale Terriers 

Puppy dogs— 2nd. ..\.. Lljiehain-s 
©on: ;ird, T. Pearse's Cortiosurt Turk. 
Speiial. A. Llneham's Don. 

I^iniii diigs— 1st, T. Poarse's i^amo- 
.sun Tiirk. ' 

Li.T.it bitches— T. Pearse's .Carrtosuh, 

Irish Setters 

N'i>\ii:e dogs — let, *"."A. 
Ha rhey S. Har». 

Open and wlnnpra— C A. 
K'i Harney Roy. 

Novice bitches— Ut„ C. A. 
■i. ictorla NclUe. 

Open and winnern— 1st, i 
s'in's >.'or»h. . . 



COUNSEL OF DESPAIR 



Girl Supposed to Have Drowned Her 
self in Fraser Because Her Lover 
. Proved Recreant. 



all sold oiW -by Aurt 

Prices lieing ouoted f. o. h 
EiI>J#ment. Ainerk'I^D points: 

Peaches. p«?r case * ...... . . rr . .• . , , 

'Prunes, per case of differenf 

varietie'^ 6.-ie tit Tf.i 

Pears jj.jg to $1.-1 

■A'PI'li's . ... ; . . .S&c to. $1.::.; 

The ftlcNaug-htdn Trolt Co. WlnnHrt^ 
auctioneers; hanflUnSf The Si. Caiherim 
Cpid Storage Co.'s output »r ST.'~rtrtbei 
Ines. Ontario. Oiad tomatoes and carlv 
apples in today by e.vpre'as Touiat.us 
-sold, ppr 11 -<p>art basket 15 lbs, net, Ulc:, 
Apples sold, per I I-nnart Jiuskel 12 lbs 
net. .J,'ie. .Ml chargeji to be deilucici 
from above prices. A car oX_uvlxca frnii 
and tomatoes are due toiu'orrow to tlil.'^ 
firm from the same compajty, 

B.. '". blaekber^Ies^ ai*iving •hi excel- 
lent c'-ondttlon.,biit.' In Jlinlled nuanlities, 
ptttng at $:!.7ri per case of :.'4 baNlfets, 
2|.". size. UoRers ft C<'^. Jobberi"! hei>-,' 
Winnipeg, .stfeted they hod 10 cartoada of 
fruit rolling into WintiipeK ai present 
date. VIp ond & Co.. j(^b^)^^rH here, re- 
ported five Carloads oT. Ajnerican mixed 
fruit roUhig in ar thp present tinle." iV 
Another auction n»j«^t has Just hpen 
•opened here» First carload of_fru1t from 
Ontario will he' aiictioncd off tbmori'ow. 
containing tojnH^to«s and early apples. 
.Iphbers here are reported lo hold »to»;.k 
arid eonfrol It 'They stat^I it waj* 
started with lh« Idea, d^ prevenllng fruit 
from being sold too low or at slau«JiliH' 
prices, as was I^IU^. done at present 
time "by auction, injuring the j»al« of 
fnili by jobbers at jolh.blng riricos. it 
Would also be.tup in^.a , iii..isine as ^ 
clearing Ijouse for tfte;..fniii jot^erm. 



Your New Fait Suit Or 

Overcoat 



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Our Proper Clothes Specialties 
At $15.00, S20.00 and $25.00 

Arc full of RKA[/\'iC|.lli&r , J'erhaiis beytuid y.air e^f>ecihtlv>rii»<\_ 



YOU'LL LIKE OUR CLOTHES,— Kcgd. 




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KATTERS AND 
811-813 GOVERNMENT STREET 



CLOTHIERS 

OPPOSITE5POST OFFICE 




^.VEW WSSTMINSTFJR, Aug. 'ii.-- 
Cnable to bear the experience of see- 
mg her former lover tnarry auol]iiyi_ 
Miss Esther Johnsronrof Ahnn'ci's- is- 
land, is believed by the police to h:4ve' 
committed suicide by throwing her- 
self in the EVaser river on Wedjies- 
day ?.vening last. She disappeared 
at that time and all efforts to find. - 
any trace of 'her lia\ ' 
unavailing. 

•The river Is, being d.i«agged in the 
vicinity of Annacls Islanii. 

Miss .Ksther Johnson whs an al- 
tracitvo Swedish girl about 27 years 
of age. Ten years ago her lover, 
Peter Pearson, left Sweden with a 
promise that as soon as he made 
enough money In far off Canada he 
Wfould senjl for her to i-.mie out and 
marry him. He came to .Vew West- 
minster and settled on Anacts Island, 
wh^ere he is now engaged in farming. 
He became enamoured of another 
l?lrl, also trbm Sweden, who is living 
on Anacis Island. Having .secured 
her promise to marry Kim he wrote 
■to MlBj^Jafe n s on , his f*)rmer sweet - 
heart.- ■ I t lll u i^ -her of his new affec- 
tion and advising her not to come 

to Canada. „;_^ 1 

, In the ineantlui 
sailed Tor ( 'anada, 
letter was received 
rlvcd she found out 



1 The following- ^Ije 
retailers today: Aug. 

California apples. U0r.-t«, 
California pears, Parta pt:u i«»A. 
Washington piinrs. l.tai) . per box 
Callf ornfn peiAhes. ij^.l'CjT'ttfd. bos 
California plums,' Bllfr' l'>lamOnd .. 

Dlno. Wickson . r 

Ditto, Suifar .... 

..Dlltoi,. greenguRf - ■ ?' 7 

California Uros Prune ..,.$1.7 

_Aprlcot8. practlcall): over, 
proved— f- ItegiiiH. .Ami; • 1 m.— Blackberries 



t<>bbers' . {trices', to 



♦♦'.-a 
»i.75 

.. . . J1.-1R 
...1.15 

. ii.in 

to -$l.flO 

to tl !M)'' 



arri v- 



ing here In very, limited (luantities. but 
in excellent condition., ^Jobbers aro de-' 
sIrouH of Ijijying U. C. peaches, but 
afrtUd to' order betsause of uncertainty 
of obtaining on date ordered. • Allow 
• prices are firmer for pnacbes ond plums 
from American, polht-s. tlro\yers and 
shi|{»pers In B.C. now should tje able 1,0 
assure .lobbers us to 'dul« of sliipplng 
and keei) trafce of cars rolling. 

Saskatoon, A'ug. Jl. — -Manager nf The 
Northern I'l'uit Co.. here stiited lie had 
quotations from W'a.sb,. IV-rry & Co.. 
tbis' date: ' - , 

Italian prunes in peach ca>ies, faced S&,c 
lUtto. in piufti case; 1 basket ... ...»*0c 

Pfaelies. pe^, ca-se ..t.S<:. 

Pears, per. ease. Bai '1.20 

PeaTf". percaKc. I". ii,-.i,ii,i .... .il. 06 

.Apples, early, per ease, no «rade. . 90<i 

"Th* followlnft ■>••• i.,l.i.",s' prlof* toMe 
to retallerii tod 

Cnilfornin- phinir-. 1.1.0 i .ise' : . . J- H'l 
Wasliintjton plums, per eas'* . . . , $f.<i'i 
California pears- •.<-.■ •■,|«,.. Hart. .$:!..'.ii 
Washington ap).' ,a--c ?.' S.', 



' Washlngtou 
H'alifornia, ' 

p«aclies. 
Tomatoes. 



Apricals. fer ease ... . . JL'.OO 
' and Waslilngton . .-. 

Crafd. Klbt Jl'.l'a to * 1 •.">0 

per ease ; ...'.' . . $2.50 



I saw ;, 1 ;i; i.i nilxed fruits today 
'.^uKust IL'. irom \'ernon. B. Ci, ht'the 
.Vfirthern Kriiil. Co . sidiiiB. 'sbipiied 
^uKu.st '3id, arrived an the nth. eliht 
days in transit Peaches were ripe, but 
good: apples Rood; peaches . and ' j Tums 
ripe, but good: eucuinbers too ripe, yel- 
low: apricots too ripe. ManaRor stated 
he woiiliT husf .10 .iob the bus In town, 
^'ould not be shippeil out lo rural polftts. 

Today:. lAuKurtt 13tli. 1 ex.inilned ,i.;iii- 
.lilber cjir of jnlxvd fruits and Ve(jetabli-s 
tMaii)iv|Mjtrtl9«vs.. from Vernon. B. <"., to 
Cufrle^Bros. iiere. Sliipjied Auk list iitb,' 

arrived on_tlii- I2th. iJfiiiiUl *_day.« In. 

-+«Mislt. Mr. Logan, manager of. ihi.-; 
fii-in.. stated teuvperature nf this i-ar was 
70 dngrees on opening it. No^ Jce _Ji\ 
hiinke.rs wbaievd- -Hlust .cerTTi'lTiTi' nSvis 
been negleetotl \n transit as- 10 icinp: 
f'luato'es isood . api'lcots gBU.!:i._Loial. 'oss 
fieans dry an'd mouldy': (tptdes sunm) but 



below »Ksade» I may state the numbJfiT 
of cases oC apricots and beans In, caf- 
were few, .jtSierefore loss was not great. 

Growers and shippers are evidently 
letting pei.ches and apricots ripen t6<>f 
mueb on Iree Ijefore picking and Ship--, 
ping. Sldppcrs must Insist in trans- 
portation, i-oiupany examining cars int 
transit ajid. ;rilling bunkefs with left* 
wluMi ,-(,i-n i-'oijulre It to prevent variation 
In lemueratMre of car. Avoid filling: 
cai-s tw> ;fuH and braee securely to avoid! 
slurring of crate.s Put apricots and! 
peaclij*.sn«ij.r, bunkers. • apph'S to thp 
eent.i-e. in shipidng caTS-of iriTJfed' fruit, 
eep trace of cars roll int;. Cither frcm tl.o 
sbtppep's jioiiiL 01- the pciirtt of desinatiott 
and -lie. Idile u) divert In transit if causa 
riviUli-i'd It 

'Aliog<«l,hcI.- 11;,. !• ,|,1,.M(-. ",.r I,;,;- I 

foi fihitsi. oi alt klnd.s,.i!f 4Hgl,iCr at. pn-.-- ■ 
eni.. ,-<ell at r.-asonable prU-es alTct a,void 
eoiislKirnifiiKs as those are the, shipinenl^' ' 
on whtcb- markets are denioialized. 
• .Signed I .1 f, .\Il-'.TC;'\ia-"1-:, 

• ^immissloner , 



out 



Goodwin's 

Good win's 

Goodwin's 

'. A. Good- 



Spaniels 

Mrs: .1. Crelghtons 



'" ip lunch for plenic^ersi 

some ;.,;., ..; .s'lhstantlal food that can 
not easily be in.inred in transit, should 
be Buripliod. and the most ideal article 
.'or that purpos.. IS iJrape-Xuls.- This 
lood comes in a 1., i ent package. Is al- 
•••ady thoroughly coukod f^nd can , be 
i.sed elthfir dry ,n- with the. addition 
'(■ some milk r - , im. ■ 

Ornpp-.Viits i..,i,i is used by ^me" 
.-pieures in i"r> ing , tiah. for it adds a 
di-'ligbifiil iiavi,- and is naturally su- 
'"' ' ibo "I'linaryerunfibecl crack- 
ill !ii'-al for this jiurpose. 

' the . conx'enlehcfe of 
d. its 'highly cdncen- 
shouid, hot; *i^ 'tosstek 



.T. W. 



J. NS', 



Crelghton's 
Crelghton's 



.1. \y. Crelghton's 



1.11 additlo 
; rape- Nuts 
rated fiiiii 
icht of. 

F^■,l : 



II t > 



Uoad to WellVltle" 
I Reason," 

II rradi- Stlpplled by , 

..... 1.,,,,. ..-preBl CrV, I.t^ 
' 'niarlo. 



In 



Cock«r 

■ i.i^tii dogs— and, 
.IcKuricnd Hnvoc. • 

Limit bitches— liet 
Jesmdnd Tiney. 

Limit dogs — 2nd 
Jf-anicnd Havoc. 

Ope'n bitches— lat, 
.Te.^uiond TIney. • ' 

\V in nci-g- -J e.imond 'I'l n ey 

Limit aogS'-Si^d, .I.~ V\'. 
.Icsmond Vixon. 

Jjliult bit-hes— 2nd. 
lops Jesini nd Violet, 

Open hitcfies-^lst, J 
Pliilis. . 

WlntlerB^j;. ^^'. Crelfihton's Jesmnnd 

Vcni-tla. : ' 



but 



iss .lohnsion had 

before Pearson's 

When she xir- 

the true state of 

accepted ,the situation in 



affairs 
-stlirmce. . 

Last vVedneiiday evening .^i,. |,;t 
the home of Alex. Falk on Aunacia Is- 
and, where she was doing some sew- 
ng, and went for a walk along the 
There she met her fonrier 
and accfirdlrig to him, walked 
,,. with him for a short time 

After a brief conversation 4n which 
all the unpleasant events of. the past 
years M-ere reviewed she dismissed' 
telling hhri she would return 

««„„ , .JJ'^^i^"' '''hat. w„s the last 
seen of Miss E«t,er Johnson. 



IW7i3?A 



dyke, 
lover, 
and talked 



Pearson., 
in a few 



.1. w 



Crelghton's 

'''?fsJ}- 
t.'relghton's 



""Firs 



Irilh Water 



Spaniels , 

St (tmi wjhntsrjs— James Rich- 
.mond's ,Cl^»Bvploii J ^^i del. v. — 
■ '/ Fox Terriers 
;LimH _ hitiiicH.--i»t., R. Hnttfloh's 
TJ^ewanta Wcasellc^ 
/^*r>n J>it©%s.~lHt and winners. Tre- 
Wiii fa W(f'ag«lie., . ' > a 



World's Wheat Crop 
Or'^A'.VVA. Aupr! a2.-7A. lahiegram 
from the , iKternattet**! Institute 
Rome, gives the yield of the wheat 
t-rop. pstiinated August Irt, as follows: 
Spain, U6,707,61fi hiishel.n, ronipnr«4d 
, with Ui.ns.sri la.st year (standard 
bushel o; 60 poundf. Hungary, 1S9 - 
ia..r.20. against ra4.08!t,()5S buShels 
last year, il lumnnla. 107 LIT .52t(- 
agalnat .^8.8S6,7S»7 Jiuian. 22,047*«74' 
against 23,:>;;v.6i.2; Ip Great Britalii 
the yield pur ricrp J* 3i.<rJ hn;d:i--l.M 
compar<>d with 34.4,7 lafit.y»»ar 
dlilons In Germany are thi sum 
reported July, ut .Austi'ia whpws 
-B4^ue dcterloratloh, ' 





T 



t** 



Distilled to SatisTx the Tastes 
the Most Exacting 



of 



/,', 



ifi/m 



A. 

Try it with 






HOTEL 

STEWAR T 

SAN FRANcisCO 

'■qiKi I ' 



Puppy 
^^;e!f-tet^n 
< 'p''n <log.s 

■ I i|,i 



Irish. T«fKf re ■ 

Jpgg-.i.'2-ttfl, H. P. 



ii[^ 
np 



Geary Street, above '.'ni" 

.Just oppoiitf Jlof-! si F 
}-:iiropea,n Plan .$1.50 h '1;iv 
American Plan $3.00 n dav 
A new steel and brick structurt-. 
Furnished at a co.st of .$200,C00. 
Kvery comfort and couvenienire. 
A high class hotel at very modcr 
n(e rates. In the center of the thi 
afre and retail district. On cur 
lines transferring to in'l parts of 
city. Omnibus meetp all trains nti'! 
steamers. Elaborate booklet 'Wi I h 
splendid m,Tp uf San Frfinciaco free 
on rrqup'^f. 

HOTEL STEWART 



Ba-sttT- 

:;nd. r\. 
Arbitrat(>r. . 

' ■.'^~'2nd,-Ci 

■'I f'ro.'<s. ■■' -'~~': 
. « 

Cocknr' SpanieTi' 



Siniiison's 



M, Thompson's 
B, Tliionipaon^ 



Boston 

I . i I r 1 1 MK 

, I less. 
ml resf! 

Hill !',■! I 111, 

T (• f r i r r ^ , 



mv: color )i 

I'^sironil 

•I. I (in .\rr.-^ 
i.| l;,iiii,ni>. 
Terriers 

1:1. P I 



Jtst, 

-T:-A\'. 



FRUIT MARKET LITTER 



The lat,est report 'from 'ftlr, J. 0. Met- 
calfe, British Columbia market commis- 
sioner to the prairie provinces, haa lust 
reached fh* dnpartment Tif a<rrieiuture 
and read* «.« fo1lo\y»: ,, " 

■ ' .,' . Kegiun. Sasii 
w. I-;. 'rtco'ttr Ws.i 
fiepiit.vlvJlnlsit.i . 
Victoria. 8. 

Mear' .s'lr: - 1 hi!i\e 
a* foITow^T - 




into. 





The King of Table Waterv« 




<• 

the 



lionor to reptri 



I''. 



Ha, 



.VI ay 

2ud 



K. 



W'liinli 

I'lh Ml' 



.|,«, 



• re 
I ',. 



-\im, 

,! .if 



To Be Had At Ail First-Class Hotels 
Bars, Clubs and Dealers 



1 1 



>! . 



II'; 



-in 



.N,,\|l, Nil 

"a Warren Rav'ijh, 
-ryrg-jf Ter-ri air I W i re 

PU| p,\ diiRB l8l I 



\1 



H«ired> 

1 ><-\ cl'aux 



ill j.,"] ill fas anti 

• ry largel.v for ;, 
i''sired the servl. 
fnill jfrowers . 
district should make i^-,. 
increase their oiilput of 
fi-nll, lioDi bii-ei> Kri\ 








ngn 





The 



Wharf St. 



Distributors 




I \ ,-i[, i*-n \ or 

all varieties 

'mall ii<! 1 1; 



cif 



i Advertise in THE COLONIS 



J! liJ i 'M li "" 



»(piiirfiiiWf|iffiHpsrfliii|piiWiWilI^ 



ii»i.«iii«*i»s*** '>*«»iatiiti*if 



^wMiU'^iPiSiiMteiil^^ 



7' 



7^ 



I I 'iiili ll tfli n il. ;• ■ ,•/.'. ■■ i 



\ 



/ 



16 



VICTORIA DA][LY COLONIST 



Tu»»d«y, Augutt 23, 1910. 




CLAMUriKO ADVKKXUIKG KATKS 

Cn« c«n' • wiird f»ch Inicrtlon; 10 per 
rpBl. «l*iro\int for •Ix or inor« conieeutiT* 
lti§ortloii»- <i»»h «llh Oldttr. No adve/tlM- 
luent acorpti'U for lew ihan to cent*. 
I)u*ln>!» mtiA rrote»»l>n»l Card»—oX four 
liLii* or under— »1.U0 per wocli. 
ho ailvtrllMmnu charged oa account tor 
Kaa Ihau )2.U0 

Phone No. 11. 



BUSINESS DIRECTORY, 



UOTKLM AND KKSTAf BANTS 



BUSINESS DIRECTORY 



AKCIIITKV'l'S 



C"^ RIFFITH, H. S:, ARCHITECT/ 
T OovKrnment St. I'ttono 14 89. 



H. S:, AB 
ticnt St. I'Uon 



lOUS 



HQpPKH. THOMAS.'aHCHITKCT — IN 
praetlco In B. i". for tweiuy-flva >-.<?ar». 
J'luiiB iiid uptcil^'aliuiiB iurni»h«d un uppll- 
t&Uwii. Otn.-e. U Sinters BlucU. I'tione »iT. 



BANNERMAN & HORN HOTL'.L. NKW 
bulldlnt. corner Broad and JohJmon 
•treel, Vlclorla. Modern ottlo;* nnd fur- 
nished rouma. _^ . . 

C"aLIFORNi'a" HOTEL. 19 JOHNSON ST. 
newly fitted up from bottom to top. 
aood acco^njnodailori. oporlliU[Jf»;ll''ry. cora- 
prlalnB llfe-alztd photoa , of aTTthe , noted 
iporta and athlete* up to thu preaent day. 
Bar a)wa>( aupplled witb beat sood*. Ihoa 

L. MoManua. proprietor. . 

BWHOTeL BRUNSWICK. NICEST LO- 

, cation In Vlclorla. nicely furnlahed 

rcom» at moderalo pricea. Weekly rate*. 

AU car* paaa Iwlul. Two entrancea, coruur 

Yatea and DouKlaa. Phon'ti 317. 



BUSINESS DIRECTORY 



UrUOWTBBlNO AND DECOKAMNO 



STI1.E8 4b SHARP. CONTRACTOR* FOR 
. upholaturlnB. removln* aud R.»5*'"''j 
carpeta cleaned, etc.. turnltura rnpalred ana 
pollahed. «0S Fort Br^hon a IX«l>. 

~~WHOI.K8AI-» URV OOOD8 ^ 



CONDENSED ADVERTISING 



HKI^ WANTBD — UAIM 



MACl.UKK. ti., AKCmXICCT— 6 AND 7 
five aislera Block. X«l; Hea., B-i04; 

titrtce. J 157. .. 

~~eI;\\"ooD WATKINS,, ARCHITECT— 

. Room It; Five Staters lUock. VUlorla, 
B, C. TelcphLU.a^ Oincw ;l«», Healdenca 
X, - V 8 « «. ^__ ■ 

AKT GLASS 



A. 



F. HOY. OVER THIHTV VIC A It;' 

exporlinrr- 1tt Art Ola»» I.«-aded 

I'.jthls tur ihuirhiB, »l-1iooIb ttud private 
dwilUngs. Works and store. 84S iates bl. 

I'lio.io am. ■ . ■ 



riAHfi; cbilMKHClAL HOTEL. CORNliU 
J. Douglaa and CormorHiiT Hla., opposite 
City Hall. Hi-novaied throughout. Room* 
second ^o none In city. Bar replete with 
the.Jii*ft. Kuropean plan only. Pool ruoin 
lir^rttinectlon. .1. l,uca*. Prop. Phone 170J. 



TURNER-BEETON CO.. UTD.. WHOLB- 
aale dry ifoods. Importers and roanurao- 
turera mens furnishings, "tents. "B'B Hurn 
brand , shirts, overalls. Mall orders attended. 

WHOLESALE wInES AND LIQUORS^ 

mURNER-BEETON CO.. LTD.. WHARF 
1 St., Victoria— Wholesale only, 'all th« 
leading brands, of liquors; direct Importer* 
VVrllo for lists and pricea. 



KOUUTll CLASS 
Bui 405 Colonlsl^^ ^ 



O. 



CONDENSED ADVEWtlSlNG 



BITVATION8 WANTKD— KBMAL* 



YOCNG 

lokkeeper or do oftlcs work. 

Appl^ Boy a«4 Colonist. 



W'antkd~»iti;ation by a 
lady aa boo 



TIANTED— -'at ONCE 
rnjflni'''r. 



TK14K 



\\ 

oi<l-rs HHlary ..nd cnunl.B'on paid. Ad 
dr.>ss Box 4;.;i Colonist 'ir"*'"'-____ 

\\ Chun'h Vulhedral .holr. «'•«.'';,%". ;;■;','.;' 
Apply to oib-anlst at the vestry ...10 T liu is^ 
diiy ivtntiiKtt 



\\^ANTEI> BY A UlRU, OF 14, HITUA- 
VV tlon to .are for one child With young 
people. S«5 (Joloivlst. 2. 



V\>ANTE:>--^rn;ATroN as working 

V> housekeeper to part^_ of bachalors or 
widowers 



360 Colonist office. 



X^OrNC: WOMAN (SCOTCH) V WISHES 
1 sliualion as nursfry or sewing maid 



CONDENSED ADVERTISING 



WAinKD— TO BBHT. 



YOUNd MAN DB8IRES FURNISH Kl) 
room In -prly^M houie. Apply floi 37- 
Cotonllt. ^_,._j , 

L- ADY WISH KB ROOM (WITH OR 
frtthout bo»r«); ■*•<* term* and par- 
tloulara to Bv>» 9i* Colonist 



CONDENSEDJ^pyERTj^ 

morKiwr* won sale— (Coni.) 



KUCELLAN eoU*. 



,-1 W. CHISHOLM & CO.. MANUFACTIJK- 
J5. eru of leaded art Rhiiifi. Sto u» b.-tore 
vilarlnB your ..rd. r. ll-palrinB a speclu.ty. 
I'hone 2J6ii. SOS For' street. 



AUTOMOBILES ~-v-^, ^ 

\-|rBSTEI<N MOTOR & SUPPLY CO:* 
W panv li. P. Clark, Manager. Sole 
agents for IJuh-ks, Franklins. Humb.MS, 
llrment Tulhuls und Ruvliis. .Storagi-', sup- 
plies, llrfit all sizes and makes. Bulk gaso- 
line and oil. ll-palrs, complete VAilcanizIng 
jiiant High class livery. Telephone ulfo, or 
n line busy 2067. 



BAGOACK DELIVERY 



V 



ICTORIA TRANBKBR CO., 
ephone l'J9.. 



MONiv PROPERLY INVESTED LEADS 
to fortune. This result may bo at- 
tained by purchasing the bust 26a meal in 

the city at The Strand Cafe. 

ANlEu'lToTliL' AND CAFE—ALL UN- 
Ion help, 660 Johnson St. Why pay 
more when vou can xct the. best for less. 
Meals 2uc; rooms 2Sc and up. Bar replete 
with best goods. .Toteph i)alii n;;no. Prop. 

S" TfiAr-fiJ' h"oteC c7\fe, "juhnson ht.. 
always op.n. European plan; culidne^ 
unexcelled; bar host goods; rales moderate. 
Wright & Fttulkrier. Phone 1105. 

OTFL"\'ICt(jRJA^UNDEU NEW MAN- 

agement. Most central In city. Bun 

meets all steamers and trains. "Graliam & 

Grant, proprietors. I'hone 480. 

VirrLSON "TToTELr "64S-C4S YATES ST. 
>V Kurop-an plan; larRe and airy rooms; 
bar supplied wlih hm goods. Ted McAvqy, 
proprietor. I'hone 1032. 

q^i fE""wri7£(-)!ws— thSrougTi ly reno- 

-L vatert througho'it. and equipped In Xh') 
most modern and up-to-dato style, and sup- 
plied with best goods. Alex. Llp sky. prop. 

•IKWETirERS. WATcSmAKF.KS. ETC. 



WOOD AND FUEL 



■ULSON, E. A.. DEALER IN ALL KINDS 
of mlllwood. wood, bark. etc. Four- 



VV Ol nmi*vv»i..u, .vww«, -. ,^„_,v,- 

fnol lengths. fibO per cord; stove lengths. 
iToO double ^adSie^ohn St. Phone JOTJ. 

7TilE7F~FDEl~TRY a" HEAPING DOU- 
KJ bio load of short cut "»"' ,^;°''°',.'',V 
IWered to »ny part of '^'7, »\«,"'" S,!" "■ 
by t:am*.n)n Lu mber Co, Ltd. .Phone »«><__ 

TrOFESSIONAL DIRECTORY 



^^Vl-KD-VUt-NG M.VN TO WORK ON 

a ninrh. twenty dollars per n.onlh and 
Apply t^ii \ates streei. 



IIOMI (1. 



W'.VN'TKU -BtJV 
1 > all day work. 
* Co.. Idmlted. 



WITH WHEEL FOR 
Apply Angus Campbell 



V\'ANTED--aTRONa.,BOY 

\\ ham Bros., Mary street. Victoria 



APP1.V ,POP- 
Wesl. 



irsfry 
Apply Box ,1)8 -Colonist. 



TEACHERS WANTED. 



\%'A.VTKD — TEACH Eil FOR ROCKY 
> V Point school. .1. H Held, Metchosln. 
rX'VNTED-TEAi.'HER FOR C.OLD- 

>> stream, salary i|60 per monlh^ 



B^ 



ULBS AND PLANTS— NOW iS lUK 
tlma to order bulbs if sou wish .vour 
.arde" to b« beautiful In ih- early ^Ijl-'-^rf 
Knowdrops. crdcu*. luUps. daffodils. ! l^s, 
hyinnth;, Ke. Dutch, .lap«"<;«"- «•"'> .''"2.' 
hoihs awid r c. for pariloiiars lo i, E. 
wiolston. Beach House, tadboi,, Bay. OV 
I'. O. Box loait. 



1»\RKl)ALK IS 3-* Dlocks from ihe eai 
* iW Th^ lots are each 50x112 ■» feet 
otTered at 1300 with Itr, cash and »1 
monthly Investors have already made m' 
m.rcelt on !(.(« purohMcd lll«-rf. Pern 

lierton A «'>"iJ±* ^^ ^L'H: , 

iTFi'^^^Xirr SNAP.S-$4,7B« FOR ^lOvUO 
n feet with building 20xiaa produ. n. 
JmO pe,- month. .Xdiolns property « hi. ) 
sold for Jl'0,000. Terms ■,, east anti ba 
an. e Tn 1. 2, and 3 .ve.r. at pe< 
I'emberton * Son., hM Fort. 



ni 



LTD.. TEL- 



BLL'E rBINTING ANU MAI^ 



IJKINTS. ANY LENGTH IN ONE PIECE. 
JL six cents per foot, "i Imber und land 
maps. Electric Bluo Prints and Map Co.. 
Iil8 Langley St. 

BOATS AND ENGINES 



DENTISTS 



DR. LEWIS HALL. DENTAL bUBOEON. 
Jewell block, corner Yates and Doug- 
las streets, Vivtorla, B. C. Telephones- 
Office. 057; Residence. 12J!^ - , ^ 

Yi u"j. llENDEItSON. DENTIST. LEE 
' building, corner Broad and Johnson 
Sts Phone ll^liO. Olllco houis: l».30 a. m. 
lu 6 p. m. Evenings by appoin tment. 

xTj Fr'i'RASER. D. M. D. 
W, Y'ates St., Garuscbe 
hours: tt.30 a. m. to 6 p. m. 

DETECTIVES 



\A'ANTF,11.-TWO BOYS TO ^'''^'^ ''^ 

\> trad.- Apply lh« Colbrr!. Plumbing 
* Healing J-o.rV.td, 7&5, hrouBh.oj,_3t^reM, 

VaTtER W.\ NTviD~^VT STrXnD ■ CAFE, 

^oO Johnson street. '".' " :. '. 

WANTED IN 
ordeis for beat 
na.om made clothes la Canada; l''Klj^;Y 
,,,nunU»lon. Hex Tailoring (. o . Limit... 1, 
I'oroiuo, Ont. 



W^ 

ONE-RELI.XBLE ilAN 
every town to .take 



—OFFICE 13;: 
block. Office 



\\>ANTED~THACHER FOR SOt^ I H 
VV Gallano (Plumper Pw>" "■■»'« ^f^ 'r 
male holding second or third elass cert - 
Ideate: married, with family preferred, du- 
ll!. h to commence after summei- vscatl.m. 
SHinrv, »dS. Write, with references to J. « . 
Hellh'oiise. serrei«r y-tr»-a siirwr. 

THE DEVKKEIX EMPLOYMENT AM) 

liENEKAl. AtJENCY 

1009 Fori Street. Hours 3:J0 to i.ou 

Telephone 4 47. 

\\'y»NTEU— SEVERAL OENERAr, MAIDP 
\> plain cooklng-amL_.Ug!l»-_Jiy«'»«*'"'^ 



my 
.XoK 



.*» Willi 

„ r any '' i 

wife after this ilal'' 
I'.ith. iS'io. 



NOT HE 



JN ble 'for any '■debts contraeiM for 1...'. 



RESPONSI- 

'("d for Ij.v 
H' atherbell, 



TT M BiaWOOU, mechanical engtneei 
JdL. and draughtsman; machinery Install 



\% 7 ANTED— ONE I;BI-1ABLE MAN IN 
VV every town to take orders f"'" best 
euatom .nade clothes in "-'''."ada Hlghe. 
.ommlsslon. Hei; Tailoring Co., Ltd., lot on 
to. Ont. 



W^^^ 



A, 



FETCH. 1407 DOUGLAS STREET 
spoctalty or English watch repalrlntr. 



JUNK 



TTrANTBD— SCRAP BRASS. COPPER 
VV line. lead, cast Iron, sacks, bottles, 
rubber; highest prices paid. Victoria Junk 
Agency, 1620 Store, street. Phone 1336. 



VICTORIA BOAT & ENGINE CO.. LTD— 
JBoals and launches built; estimate*, 
repairs, designs. .^hop. 424 David street. 
W. D. Buck, ma nager. Phone .' 05. 

BOOKBINDKK8 



I^NDHcArE GAKDENER 



THE BliST 

nrovUice: 

the result Is equal In proportion. 



rpHB COLONIST 
X equlped bookblndery In tha 



BOTTI-ES 

A" LL KINDrOF^BOTTLEs" W.VNTED-- 
Oood price. paid Victoria Junk 
Agency, 16 20 Storu stre et. Ph on e ..^ob. 

BCILDERS AND CON TKAC TOHS 



T ANDSCAPE GARDENER— JAMES SIMP- 
1j son, 951 .lohnson street, pholie Rll„n 
expert on all garden nnd orchard delaJls; 
PrunInK and cleaning from Insects, ros.;^ a 
gpedaltv; Inwns trraded nnd nnlshed In Iir.st 
a-eond '..r liiird iiumII'.', :i.e,.,i .llni; to ton- 
tract. - 



Be DETECTIVE SERVICE, yANCOU- 
ver Civil, criminal and commercial 
inv.stlgatlon. K. S. Baron. •^."P«"-'"^«"- 
dent. U.;a<t office. Rooms ::u. "n^i -"«• '-'^'i^" 
building. Vancouver, B. C. I'hon- «!:o.. 

Bloodhound trail ers kgPt. 

T3AC1FIC DETECTIVE AGENCY. DtjlNG 
Jr general line criminal and civil private 
.ttecflv" work, or will find the where- 
•ibouVs o£. any per.o.ts whose. IndentUy or 
adSrcsscIl are unknown. SOU Government 
street, phone 2171. 

HOTEL DIRECTORY 



T£D-CAPABLB SALESMAN TO 
,;o7er British Columbia with staple 
line. High commis.-ions. with Mou ;"""«'y 
advance. Permanent position to rigjit man. 
Jess. H. smltli Co.. Windsor, Ont. 

HELl' . WANTED— FE-MALK 



w 



• \.\ lEU— HOrSEKBEPEU FOR FIRST 
class rooming hoiJSe. App.ly Box *itt 

..nlai ' ::_ 



\% 'ANTED— GOOD WAITRESS OLVMPfS 



Wngi-8 from Jl'O to i'2i. ■ 

W^'ANTED— MOTHKKS' HELP, T^THTTTD; 
>V two years; t«H i" fantlly,, simple 
ent,klng. (City. 1 



and draughtsman 
ed; drawings prepared 
producers and engmes 
City. 



.\Benl -for gas 
P. O. Box lOiiT, 



HOl'SE, VICTORIA WEST 

block from car*, five i i 

rluit trees, etc, close to park; large I 
ea!i.V term*. Pembcrton & Son,-"«-I4 l' 

street.. ' 



$1,500 



iN 



T,-tOR SALE- -^ I OS 
Jj suitable for youn 



P. O. 



I -osv 
g 

{i»\ 31.">. 



-litjii.vl COTT.VfJI". 
old couple; mod- 



CLKANING. COM- 

41)1 

Contract's ' taken 'by week or mpntTi. 



X^ICTORLV WINDOW 
V pany, T:X Fort street, ph^e 



CHIMNEY CLEANER 



\ «'.^NTKD 
f ' work. 



Wt)M.\.N' FOR 
House cleaning. 



DAILY 



W A.NDKRSO.S. 

\V ■. deteethe I'....;^ ..,.....-.„.-.-- 
backed. Residence :i3ii Blanchard sliect, 
phone L I 7 4 4 . ■ 

AWOMA.VS EXCHANGE, FOR THE 
disposal of needlework; handicraft 
_,nrt-rverv branch ot woman s work will be 
held In ilio woman » building at the tail 
fail Ladles interested may obtain fuller 
partli-ulais on apvHcallon to Ml*. A. L. 
Ulrhards. Royal Oak, f-«^___ -t- - 



TnVK«t"oKS 'have made 50 PERCENT 
1 on Parkdale lots. Do you waiU to se- 
them at 10 a.m , 3, 5, or 7 p.m. 7 ^« .drive 
ni.fT--iir-l-h»»*'- hftiH-a— --tVero bcr toa..^_iiail. -. B J-i.. 
Fort- 



1^ 



.-^Olt SALE AT fOST PRICE, Pl.X MILES 



\ N EXPER1EN(:K» HOr-SEMAID WILL 
XV need position Isl September, excellenl 
references. 



^^ 



TANTRD— MAIDS FOR THE COUNTRY 
good homes. B. * I>' ^""'"■'ll___ 



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TE HAVE THE ONLY. KLBCXBICAL 
key-dupllcating machine In Vic- 
toria for Vale a.ul postofHcr-*^* Insurliig 
s perfect flt alwa>8 H. -M. NVlIson, BU 
Cormorant. ^^ 



new modern ti-room house, all i' '";„-, P"^."^'?' 
four kood wells and engine. 1.400 appL 
trees Stj. vears; Zn old In lull beaioiig^.uv ■ r 
100 varieties ot fruit tre.s, also Ji"''fl «> 
roonl cottage; four modet'n chicken 
houis and large har..,»; 'i.OOO cords o' 
wood Price JU.OOO; »S,000 on morlgas. 
Tor our years. Apply Fletcher, Box 100... 
S'lcltirm. Also for sale, eighty miles fcoin 
Victoria :0 acres. 6 cleared with two good 
wells. Price i\~:> per acre. 



Y< 



TO LET— MOVSEKEeAnO BOOMS 



I^IIKNISHBD 
free )-ent 



•afc. 



LIVEBV and TK.ANSFER 



VICTORIA THANSFEI^ CO.. LTD.. 
129. Best .««rvlpe In the city. 



TEL. 



LITH OGltAiatlNO 



VANCOCVEK 



u^ — ........ EXPKBl- 

d'sleno'gV''lJ'i- r and typcw'rllcl- for 
temporary office work. Apply Slin<ni-LH«' 
er**: Co.. Lt.l., wholesale grocers, ^ Icto i la. 



\A ANIED — I. \1, VI ED I AT ELY 
V ' clicet 



(^TENtjGRAPHEK, EXPERIENCED, lOK 
^^ relieving wanted— One w'lth knowledge 
of writing Insurant policies preferred. Ap- 
ply al onjcc Box 48W l.'olonlsl. 



Tr^.VNK B. HUME— CONTRACTOR AND 
i"' 'builder. I'ians and speclflcallons prc- 
j,ared for approval. Esilmatos t"™I«hed 
on any class of structure. Offices Cor._ Rol- 
aSd Ave..Vnd Oxfo.d St., P. O. Ho>= '■"<>■ 



UNEY BROS., BUILDERS AND CON- 
trarior*. are prepared to give price* on 
ail building and Jebbin*; Avsrk. Phono t7». 
\Ve attend to your order. 



CHlBOrODY. 



M"f 



CAMPBELL, 
Fort street. 



CHIROPODIST 905 



CIVIL ENGINEKKS AND SCKVEYOKS 



LITHOOnAPHING. ENGRAVING AND 
Embossing — Nothing too large and 
nothing too small; your stationery Is your 
Bdvanceagent;, our work la unequalled west 
of Toronto. The Colonist Printing and 
Publishing Co.. Ltd. 



LOCKSMIT'HS AND MACHINISTS 



HAFEH. L. — GENERAL MACHINIST, 
new parts of' all kinds made In brass, 
copper and steel, ot" any sort of metal. Ma- 
chine shop, lTi9 Government St. Phone 93U. 



' MASSAliE ___ _____ 

TVTRS. EABSMAN; ELECT»ic LIGHT 
; ] IVI h nthtf: rriedteiai massagft. 1008 Fort St. 



Phone B-19GD. 



i t> NOAKES. B. C. LAND SURVEYOR 
.rV. C E . Room 8, 'r.ee Building. Broad 

street. Tel ephone 377, P. Q. Box 54',!. 

G~XlDOL'S, C.E.— All kinds of civil 
. engineering and surveylttg undertaken. 
Hallroad location and conslructlou a spe- 
cialty. 1107 Lahglcy atreet. 

GORE & McGREOOR— J. HERRICK Mc- 
Gregor. Mgr. Land Surveyor aiid 
civil engineers. Chancery Chambt;rs. P. O 
Box liL- Tel. A604. Fort Gtorga olUce, J. 
y. Teli.pleton. MgI^ 

OBERTSON. A. L— BRITISH COLUM- 

bltt Land Surveyor. 622 Fort, street. 

Victoria. B. C Telephone L-164i. P. O. Box 

'•n't. . • . 



OITICIANS AND OPTO.METKISTS ^ 

l¥th7 a., pT, "64'"5 FORT— OVER A 

quarter of a century's experience, and 

modern equipment at your service. Free 

exa.mlnatlon. Lensw* grOuird on premises. 

Phone 2259. 



* LHAMBRA HOTRL— MRS. S THUMP 
A. son A-Sons. proprietors; B. D. /Ihomp- 
son. manager. Corner .Carroll »"* .^^ »''^ 
streets, Vancouver, U. C. Vancouver* I rst 
hotel. Situated In the heart. ot ^he city-- 
Modernly equipped throughout. ''''^,<"»i 

lunch a specialty. European plan. tameU 

tor good whiskey. 

lackbUrn hotel— a. E. black- 

burn proprietor. This well-known i J d 
popular hotel enitreiy rebuilt and refurmsn- 
ed is now open to Us patrons. 6team ..eat. 
flno commoulous rooms, hrsi-class dining- 
room best attention to comfort ot guesia 
American plan ll.oo to »2.«y p«jr day. Euro- 
pean pfan-. 6c upward* 3|1. W^tmmsier 
avenu e. •__ ; 

COMMER,ClAL HOTEL— CORNER HA3T- 
Ings and Gamble streets. Headquarters 
lor mining and commercial men. Rates ii 
and upward.. . Atkins, Johnson & Stewart, 

proprietors. _^___ 

OTEL DOMINION— WHEN YOU AR- 
rive at Vancouver take large auto bu» 

which will take you 1° ,"'•■, l""*'' ''""•Ve/ 
service Is the best obtainable at the price. 
American plan. »l.50 to »;.ub P«';,,<Jaf ^"'9 
makes one trip dally around Stanley I arh. 
F. .Baynes, proprl,etor. ^ ^ 

LODGES AND SOCIETIES 



T ADV HELl- WANTED TO ASSIST .IN 
IJ cnuntrv house, easy reach of town. 
«ood home, »2(i. Apply A. B,, the Alexan- 
dra club, 1020 Govurnn«eni street (upstairs) 
111 to 12 a.m. 



tage In 
avenue. 



HOI'SEKEEPlNt; IIUIJMS; 
for building a tw..-roorn cot- 
spare time. Apply «30 Princess 
.\dulis only. 



rrO SPEAK FRENCH OR GERMAN IN 

X three months; Improvement on Berllta 

' method. Trial lesson free, 1301. Stanley 

avt^nue, phone R1641. ■_ 

ZjTAMPINO FOR FAXCf WORK ON 
?5 your o<i'n mate.lnl. Ordeis tAken at 
y. s. Tuiner, S17 Fort aii:-)t. 



rno LET- -THREE ROOMS, ^'^J" 

J l»hed. b»st part of city. Rciit »1- per 

month. Lee * Fraser. Trounce Ave. 



rno LET— TWO LARGE ROOMS UNFI R- 
J nlshed. B"od house, west end. »10 pcr 
month. Lee & Fra*er. Trounce AVe 



■rriOLIN, FLUTE AND HARP— MR 

V ' Green .(Late Sergt. .Soloist, and 

er Royal Artillery String Band) gnc 



don concerts, etc. 
Hlchmond avenue. 



DAN 
teach - 

id Lon- 

Desircs pupils. I06S 



3; OH SALE— FIVE ACRES ALL IN 
liult full bearing trees, also quanlltx 
or small' fruit, eight roomed house, first 
c ass condition, large barn, earrlage house^ 
l>rlck dairy and wash hous^. running water 
In house. Price f».5^. Apply K. A^ 

Bush' II care Munda>-'^ Shoe Store, 1227 
(jO\ernmcnt street. 



-B. C. HARDWARE 



I"»EMOVAL NOTICE — a. C. ttAJVLcn' «"'=' K""" "'"•"■'„ "",hn„7 fifiepn 
V CO.. Ltd.. have removed their farm Im- concerns, can show fifteen 



XW-WNiyHED OR UNFl-RNlBHKB-HpUSE 
Jo keeping ot single rooms. Apply 944 
Fort. street. 



piemen (*.■ buggies, wagons, etc., to 
Johnson street; east of Douglas street 



733 



STUMP PULLERS AND ANt TOOLS RE- 
qulred for lant 



HEADQUARTERS FOB FORT GEORGE 
town»Ite, Child 4. Co.. Room 9. 707 '1, 
Yates street. ._ ■ . ■ ^ 

CiNW— LOT. MICHIGAN STRBBT, 40.giaO 
?5' feel- high; car line; near Oovernniein 
buildings, *860i terms.. Owner, Box 1«4. 

Colonise _; "-" - 

OOb LAND FOR 8AL&-F1FTY MILES' 
from Victoria on E. £Tf. Railway «B»y 
10 clear, close ' to good market, closi '■■ 
i"hool and thur«^+H^«^ Will cut up to suit 
purchaser from ton acre* up. land adjoliiln;,- 
held twice the price 1 am asking. A+s 
good seventy-five acre farm, as a going 
concerns, can show fifteen per cent oi, 
money Invested. H you mean buslnea.< 
write for particulars. No agents need appiy. 
Box t<r>3 IToIonlst.^^ 



\\ 'ANTED — LA^V 
•> V country domcst 
40X Colonist. 



TO LET— HOUSEKEEPINli 

two bedrooms .and ktl<hen 
vine street; oppotlte c. P- R- Docks 



w^ qu.ieu ii,, ...id clearing. Jogging etc., 

— , Free trtai. Prices and terms apply The Du- 

ROOMS;U;re,t stump Puller and Tool rtianufacturers, 
437 Bell- I 4o6 Burnelde road. Victoria B. C. 



kcateU, good home. Box 



\\''.\NTBD IM-MBDIATELV, FOR THE 
>V country, working housekeeper or gen- 
iial servant for family ol lour. Appiy^sial- 
Ing wages requtr-d to Mrs. Stratfleid. Mount 
Newton.. Saanichton P. O. References. 



\VANTED - EXPKRIENCEP SKIRT 

>> maker for high class ladl«S~ laUorlng. 
|»rd. (.iulnk'i. H 54 ,Y«teg. 
rv-'ANTED- A nsrslTRESa -^ APPLY DO- 



rno LET--Ft.RNlSHED, LARGE .BED 
1 room with use of dinlngroom. '*'»'i^«" 1 •"--:-- 
bath and telephone. Apply 120 Government | Tel. gjo. 
street. Jafne* Bay. No children. 



I >EMOVAL NOTICE— THOMAS CaTTBR- 
ii ail buildk-r and geneial contractor, has 
removed to VUI Fori street, abovs uuadra- 



KEAD THIS— FOR SALE OFF THE 
Burnsldw road, close to Portage iiiltt 
and proposed Ilni!.a7 acres at »200, a snap, 
Holmes. Burnalde greenhouses, iatrawbcr/y 
Vale, P.O. — 



tnlnfon Hotel. 



W^A.NTED— TO KEEP HOUSE FOR 
V\ ihrt« men ■ Apply 1137 North Park 
street. bet*r«ni the hours of,< attd "P"- ''^-^ 
\VTin^D^w6M AN~T0 SL'P'EillNTBND 
V> cooking, small family; kitchen maid 
kept; good tiom'e.. 183 Colonist. 



T,->OR RENT— TWO FRONT F\ 
X housekeeping rooms, one as bed 
room, other kitchen, gas fooH""- •'"i'.^^^i 
and cold water,, etc., bath, »4 week. Barnes 

it* Courtney street. _ _ .. . 

rT\0 LET^FURNISHKD HOU.SEKEEP- 
X lag room*. M9 Pandora avenue. 



GREEN HOUSES— FLAT BOTTOM BOATS. ] . - — r 

long ladders, stepr, meal safe, dog t CJMALL 
bed-sUtlng : houses In slock anij made to order. Joiie*. KJ miles 



r^NE MILE CIRC'LF, LOT »8R0. .ADJOIN 
1/ Ing lots held at 11.000 and upward? 
Carllne one block away. Cement walks, etc 
In fiiint pembfrton & Son . 8H-ifi»rtT 



NFUBNISHED'HOl/SEkEBPING ROOMS 
Mii North Park street _^ 



■TO IJST— HOCSE8 



PAINTEltS ANii rAPERHANGBRS 



F 



RANK - MELLOR— painting' CON- 
trastor. 1128 View street, Phpne 1B84. 



Hr^INRY RIVERS— PAINTER. 
kalsomlner and papcrhanger. 



C.4KPENTERS. JOINERS. JOBBERS 

C' APITAL ckltPENTER AND JOBBING 
. factory, Alfred Jones. All kinds of 
alterations. Jobbing Work, 1003 Vancotjver 
and Yates strtiet;. ofHco phonu B.ull. Res. 
Hilts. 



GLAZIER. 
j JL..JL Kaisoniioer uiiu jjixj/i.,. i..*i.».. . . -49 Aiar- 
ketstret, Victoria. B. C. Estimate* cheer- 
fully glveii on application. 

EA~R s"" J-!"" — IpaTnTS., ' VARNISHES 
brushes; specialty of Wallpaper, the 
newest patterns. Give me a call- Store 
1507 Douglas street. Phone 11-1084.. 

HE MELROSE CO..~LTD., 61g FORT ST. 
undertake every branch of the painting 
and decorating business and guarantee sat- 
isfaction. 



AO F. COURT NORTHERN LIGHT, 
. ■ No. 693u, meets at Forcstors Hall, 
Broad street, 2nd and 4tu Wwlucsdays. W. 
F. Fullurton, seprelary. _^ . ^ -■ ;. 

xr^or'KT'vir^i. "far w*EST"T]ioboB. 

li.. Friday, K. ot P. Hall. cor. Douglas 
! and Panflora stretls. J. U Smith, K. of R. 

{ and ,«■ ■ Box 64e». _'j\ l___. 

OlONS OF ENGLAND, B. 8. ALBJCANDRA 
& Lodge Jl« moots 1st and Jrd Wediie*- 
day IC of P. Hall. W. Appleby, Foul Bay, 
Prcild^tii; J. CrllBhl.y. ifW.iary, aldney. 
B. C. 



\\:ANrED-ASS.lSTANT NLR&K i'Of 
VV Kclowna t'oltugft Hospital, salary JJO 
ifionth. State <|UalidCHtlons, , l'-»*J".?",L'^ v' 
cxperlPhioe and age. Apply to sctietaiy. 
Box 6», Keluwna, B. t. . 



\:\7ANt.BD_WO-VlAN TO CARE FOP 
VV baby at»d do light housework; wpu'o 
like her to Vo to K-amloops for winter. 
Apply «i9 il"drew street, corner James, 
evenings: Vl.ciorla.W'est. . 



TO RENT.— COMFORTABLY. FURNISHED 
Six rdomed house with modern con- 
nces. Apply 2«.1l Rose street. 



FARM— SOUXlH SAANICH. « Vi 
,,,.^d from Victoria on main road. J> 
CapU^ cVpen7eri:i.d"jobbrnV victory, lOOJ | acrrs. pretty six roomed bungalow, recently 
vlncouver and Yates strest I painted Inside and out. spring ■« ater on 

_"~-^.--?"-— house barns, stables, five chicken house-. 

roa SALE— MISCELLANEOUS 1 lOO fruit trees. 1,000 strawberries, kltchin, 

xu» B/u-«.— «.»a^ _ ^^, ^,, ,ina,| fruits, about six acros In 



-; -,..,•. t> i-invrin-HW OF i oats and peas and seeded down to c oyer 
TfJ^OR SALE— 4.mBAP ILRSmKE „^'' and gross. «0 chickens, ducks, three Incu- 
r three-roomed flat, best residentl_al__^pail I ana^^s brooder*. , good family cow and a 

otiantity ot farm Implements. A genuin* 
going concern. »2.000 take* Immediate po*- 
session. .Prlc» $7,000, 10 years to pay ths 
balance. Apply J. K. ColonUt office. 



of City, rent »I.^ per month I'tione i-49B. 



F 



riOR Sale— 'GOOD, safe **i 



■dI«'i>Va.v7 nV; 20- " ...unlet, H'l; 



flllrw cabinet U> Api 
nls< 



WINDOW 

et, ll'i; 
I,"i2 Color 



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;h haVb three or four people 



CARKIAOE AND . WAGON DEALERS 



M' ABLE. WM.— IMPORTER OF MAC- 
Lachlan buggies, traps; cannot be 
beaten for durability. Warehouse 717 John- 
kon St. Phone 1326. 



CLOTHES CLEANING 



GENTS' CLOTHES CLEANED, ' DYED, 
repaired and pressed; umbrellas and 
parasols made, repaired and re-covered. 
Guy W. WaHier. 7ot> Johnson St., Just taat 
of Douglas. Phone L-I267.. _ 



PATENT'S AND LEGAL 



ROWLAND BRITTALV, REGISTERED 
Attorney.' Patents In all countries. 
Falrftold buUdlog, opposite . Pi O., Vancou- 

v""- •. , . , ',.' ;■„ ;^. -;,'.. 

, PLUSbINO AXD OASFTTTBild 



COLBERT PLUMBING & HEATING COrr 
Ltd P'or first class workmanship in 

the above lino give ps a t^al. Temporary 
office 7b5 Broughton St.. Phdlte^S^^ 

■ jrTvTkTNSONr'T'LUMBlNt!, SI'oVE- 
nttlng. 2:.4 4 Bithchaifl; p hoiip Rl»17. 



QONS OF BNGLAND, PtllOK OF "I-AND 
b . Lodge. A. O. F. ' Hall. Broad stt^et. 
2nd and 4th Tucaday*. l-resldent c- ^°"^- 
erojr. Victoria West. Sscretaiy. W. Da?*'SOH,, 

Htiad Street. EsqulntaH- . ,„. 

C30CIETV FOR THE- VREVBNTION OF 

S cruelty to Animals. V/""i ''iBld^wc* 
street. Phones, lnijp«cior Uussel, l»a. sec- 
retary'L2«4». '; ..^■,y^ ;■ , /. ■„, '; 

CONDENSED ADVERTISING 

POLLTBV AND >,lVESTOCK 



\X 'ANTED \ NURSERY OOVERNE.SS- 

W Apply Mrs. J. H. H. Matson Mount 
Adelaide*! Esquimau, bet weett the UoUrs of 

U a.m nnd 1 p .m. . 

rnUlRTV MoWb- SEWING MACHINE OP- 
i erutors wanted, electric POWer ma- 
Chines, eight hour day, union wages. Be- 
ginners taught. Apply Turner Beeton & Co.. 
factory ctrSer of Bastion and Wharf street. 
Victoria 



In the office ever.v day looking for 
houses to rent If you have one drojr In 
and let us have, particulars of It. Kouert 
(Jrubb. 12,1 2 Broad street. , 

W'A.NTED— NICE K.^.M^LY TO RENT A 
^ V cottage, ample grounds and every 

convenience; situatwd near Four-Mile House. 
P. O. Box »67 Vlclorla. ' 



LADYSMITH HOUSE. TEN 
furnlijhed. 125 month; e,»rn*r liaden 
Powell and First avenue. 



•ROOMS. 

aden- 

Ladysmlth. "B.t: 



'ANTED— DHESSWAKING—AFPRENTI 

cos 
fepencf r's 



TO' LET— MODERN 7-ROOM HOUSE. 
Hillside avenue, close to Douglas slceet. 
H. H. Jones. Room "O, Promis Block, Gov- 
ernment street. - '. ._ 

rno prENT— THE 10- ROOM HOUSE FUR- 
1 nfsbed at 1485 Fort str*ct. Cor six 
months or one year from September lit. 
Phone i4IO; no small -children. 



X-^OR SALE-BUGGV' IN GOOD ORDER. 
J? Appiv «4I Hsiblrig"', •^ve. Phone 

LI 735. ■ ' ■ 



r^OK- SALE— HIGH .iUM'K 



STEWART 



T,>0B BALE-TWELVE HURSE-PtjWER 
V boiler and engine, ilisi class condUloa. 
Apjtiy Parspns Bridge Hq^el 



■r^fir^SA LE-A N . . 1 . 1 . o -Ui'^CHBST. 
X^ carved aiid Inifti'i.,"> K"od order, i^i* 
Broad street. . 



PBOPBBTy WANTED 



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"ANTED — UOtlD BUILDING I-ClT 
close in. apply at once PfO.. Box 4oi 

Coltjnisi. • ' • 

A\?ANTED— PnfJPERTV OF ALL DEP- 
>>■ criptions-'ln and ar^julid V"^t<?rla. »l»t 
with us, we have buyers. Marriott & fel- 
lows, 619 Trounr.- Ay^ Phone WS.- 



^1 



*^ 



l-pOR 
B. r. 



SALE— '.'.■^ !•: 
h. p. englii- 



":■. FOOT LAUNCH, 
y 1. Heck, Mayqe, 



W'^'coa"^APpry'"Mra" Angus. »rd floor 



\\7\NTEU— DRESSMAKING APPUENTI- 
VV' cea Apply -Miss McMillan, 3rd floor 
Spencer's ______^_— — 



SlTlAtlOKS WANTEDr-MAl-B 



9<>jbLm^rSt.V#%rANTS JOB ON FlBU^IT 
IV i.r chicken fnini Apply t>*« <6« 

CilonlHt. • ; 



A 



\\TAH CHONCJ — LADIES'' AND GENTS' 
V V dry cleaning; — pressing and -repairing 
c!i short notice. 172B Government street, 
\ i. torla. B.C. 



COAL AND WOOD. 



POTTERY WARE. ETC. 



"L>UBT, GEO.— DEALER IN ALL KINDS 
X> of wood and coal. Delivered to any 
part of cRy, at current rates. Phone »2S. 
yards, 736 Pandora. ■ ^ ' 

d'-\ O TcTj. E. GHICE TO GET TOUR FALL 
\jr orders. Wood plied In yard or lot be- 
lore cutting. Measuia guaranteed. In cords 
or over. Tel. 149. 

ALL &~WALk:ER— WELLINGTON COL- 
lleries Coal. Comox Anthracite Coal, 
Blacksmiths and Nut Coal specially pre- 
pared. Tel 83; 1232 Government St. 

INGHAM. J. fc CO. — OFFICE 1203 

BROAD St. Coal delivered to any part 

ol the city at current rates. I'hone 647. 

Wharf, foot ot Chatham St. ^ 

I>A1N']FbB. J. ErVsONS— COAL, WOOD 
X and bark of finest quality ,a)t currtint 
rates Try our new and specially prepared 
nut coals. Phone 63 8. Office Oil Cormor- 
ant St. 



C5EWBR PIPE, field' TILE. ORfWND 
io Fire Clay, Flower Pota. etc. B C. 
Pottery Co.. Ltd.. Cor. Broad and Pandora 
eta. Victoria. B . C. ' 

'~ REAL ESTATE AGBNT8 



W^HirE'onpiNf. i 

. VV sale. Wni. Co. i 
ruary halchcd birds. 
I-..0. 



. 'KRELS FCUt 

.,iB, slrulii- l'%b- 

Ji. (■, Contior, Sidney, 



.-{ ' . 



("lUTHBERT. HERBERT & CO.— "BAR- 
J gain* Victoria Real F.state. " Invest- 
ments, timber and fruU lands. 616 Fort 8L 
I^hone IBIO. Cable address. "Cuthbert- 



M\RRIOTT t FELLOWS— REAL Es- 
tate, loans. Umber, mln^a and rentals. 
Offlcc* Vancouver, New Westminster and 
Victoria. 619 Trounco Avenue. Phone b46. ' 



CREAMBBIEH AND DAIRrES 



POTTS. HOWARD A. O— REAL Es- 
tate. Financial and Tlmber^gents. In 
business In Victoria . for Over twenty years. 
office 63B Fort street. , • 1 , 



I/IOR SALE OR EXCHANGE-- WELL 
J: bred Pomeralnan dtn*". value $20 would 
exchange for chfckeiu; O. McConiicI. oo*■^ 
don Head. >: . 



4 VERY' FINE SMALL DRIVING MARK 

V will sell cheap or exchange for a larit* 

ei horse. PoslofflCe box l.iiVK. , . 



t.^NGUSHMAN - '»'P-^'TICAL r.VlLOR 

>ap(ielv n»>«n or cwu'il'V. ..-\'' .'"'""^ ,?|"h 
ni.'iclal .xpeAcnce. , Good snKJwuau. litgh- 
eit e Apjff>' Hox 449 .t^olunis t. 



TO LEASE FOR LENCTH OF TIME. A 
furnished six-room cottsge. all modern 
i-onveniences. near beach and car line. 
Applv 31 South Turner street. Jam»-s Bay. 



HOUSE TO RENT— 1712 DENMAN ST. 
10 rooms with all modern convenienc- 
es, large garden with flowers and vege- 
table*, twenty-four fruit tree*, thirty dollar* 
per month or w ould (ease for one year. Ap- 
ply Victoria hotel. ' 

TO LET— FUBMSttED ROOMS. . 



E 



WANTBD--a|iaj- ELL.\NBpB» 

XPERIENCED .MK..VT.Vi, .NURSE HAS 



XXTANTED -A LOT ON LINDEN AVE. 
VV nue; »ial« term*; ownciV-only. ».• ; 



37.1 Colonl*t. 



. TO FIVE ACRES OF 

land; musT TTe cheap; neighbor- 
hood of Cordon H.«d or Cotdova Bay 
-Harman ft Aopletnn. .=.31 Yale* str-»t. 



«l\: ANTED -FOUR 
VV bush I 



accomoda.tloii 1I1 I' 
private patient. ..VH.l"'ft» 
Westmlneier. B •' 



n«n home for a 

Box .874 New 



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WANTED— .*' SF' 



niolor also bearings 
4-4 2 Colonist, 



iNll RBVBRfi- 

.(. power niarlne 

. shaft.. Apply 



, „... Jl'S-i- COMING FROM 

* E.iBlHi.d •l"*"-"' l'"»' »• ''"^'"^, 'u."T,ox 
*,:_ oltV. Avisc. good bookkeeper. Apply box 

414 Colonist , 



\roi ' • ■■^' •'-' ' 



TO LET— Ft'RNISUED. RtX)M, PRIV ATL 
family, mod*rn n«»' house; bveaktasi 
If deslr,ed. Tel.V.R. C. 2ST7, a:l Michigan 

s'treet; • 



LIST TOUR III 
firm- We n. 
to purchas* I 
.\raerlcan' Rea': ■ •• 
Phone 21,o1 

I Y'ANTED -G<H.|. " 
V V Years. "•. • I ; 
ferred. 410 ( ol..nlf 



rKKiV WITH. A LIVE 

n.>w haw the buyers ready 

I p»>s !.. »' '■ us. t:,i«adlan 



WANTED—TO EXCHANGE 25 At'-RI. 

improved Saanlch property fnr,^'''"' 

properiy Phbne R2310. 1020 Hullon b; 

oak- Bay. ' „_ 



REAL ESTATB 



I .'04 Doui{his St 

. > ' I FOR OIRL 17 
i.-rly couple pre 



rxTANTEIV THF, Vli.TdRIAi SPORTING 
W Go..ds Cnn^pany w III either btjy 01 
take in exchangi >i.ur s'lntgUB or rifle 



Is'UrEt'TABLK ^0' NC. MAKRIED MAN 
m serks permanent sItiiatlon.drKc and 
look ttft-r horse. cai;Maker or otUerwIgf-B. 
nii, uiatlcliacd. : 



w 



'■\NTKD— T'O BUY A WTCLL-BRFtTD 
bulldog pup. Box 40T Colonist. _• 



TRACKSELL, ANDERSON A' CO.— REAL 
estates, timber loans, rentals, collections 
Offices: Reglna. Sask.. and\ Vlctorra,^B; C. 
Office; 1210 Broad St. Phode 1722. 

I'* 

SAILMAKERS 



ROYAL DAIRY— CREAMERY BUTTER. 
Ice cream, milk and buttermilk; re- 
liable for quality and purity. Dairy IIIO 
Douglas St.. or Phono 18t> - 

DRAYMEN 



TEUNB & BRO.. SAILMAKER^ TENTS. 
«J awnings, camp furnltlire. -Warehouse 
B70 Johnso n St. Phone 79S. W' 

STENCIL AND SEAL ENGRAVING ' 



\\'\NTEI> To PURCHASE, 'A GORDON 
VV s.ite. pup; must Iw cheap, for cash. 
Apply Bo.<. 382 t'olonlst . ■ ■ ^ . 

i[,-1f>R HALrE"-T'ruHCB ' t*WR,B .BftBD 

V Yorkshire liwin. . both scxef; Jhe big 
grnwthv, early in«iwrlifg kind. Apply ,Hbi- 
rap Rraefoot Farm. Mount Tolmle. B. t 



WANTED I M M KDI ATBLY 
on dalrv, fruit ..r rhlcken farm; good 
milker and life ."xpeilmcc with poultry. 
Box 43,1 Colonlsl.- 



qitOation 

CT 'oil 



I.IOR kale;- THOROlTOHllRBD WIRE- 
V haired terrier pups, 937 Fort street; 
iihon >t R2.197, 



irOt'Nti ENGLISH WlRB-WAlRED TER- 
X rler blt«-h for sale. Box .«n3 Colonist. 



LIEvKN fiUATS Itnt , .^;A1.I:, cilEAl;. 
JO Apply I. V; trooper; P. .( >. BOX, 161 C|ty 



TAl-ANKSF. WIS4IBS HOO\i OR . KITCH- 
J en w-titk. Apply <>. H. Naka. P.O. Box 

S8S. ' 



rno LET— C'OMF-ORT ABLE ROOJt, CLOS 
X to town, hoard optfonal, terms moder 
Bte. Voung English ls<|y .jireterred. Apply 
Box 4o1 Colonist. 



- j \\'-*^rf'"" 

K VV .\malg' 



rfio LET—FRONT BEDROOM. BLECTRtf 
-L Hghl, bath, seven dollars per month., 
92: North park street. 



TO r.RT — FURNISHED R(X)MS. MODERN 
dniy 18 minutes walk -from town, 
Breakfast If desired. «I2 ?t. James street, 
phone li71 



shares 



.»V (.'FFER FOR . 
•amsi'il Development 

..Vjfply .I.ST .'ril..lllst. ■ ,; 



20,.' 



! BRITISH AMERICAN TRUST 

1 ^ Corner 

' Y\' ANTED - 
' > lpti< rin 



COMPANV, ITD- , 
Corner Broad and View Streets. 



).--T\v.i> i'l; ri(i;i;i. 

Llnd'ti J\.iiiie. 



Of VICTORIA 



T""T) THE i'ITi:/.^:N!f _ 
Names and addr-sses wanted of P'.^" 
pectlve settlers arid home-boyers now '.v 
Ing In Rrltlsh let', and Canada- Pleas- 
send nam^s, 10 Van. ouyer^ I»"ind DsvH..p 
ment L-ag.ie r.3t Br.iughton street, . \ .< 
tori* Lli.-raiur" »nd full inform:!' . 

sent to all r,Hmi»s fun<lshed. 



nOR SAi.lv: -'KVKN ROOM. ED. HO" 

r on lOONi:*:. i.'i. si'tbie. on hard Iw 

sll*«bS. et-.. ..m'lljl- f"Ie"""<, •e«e,., .1 

;.rlo light kas. ,'i. This proper4^-» 

block fvfim, «ir. 1.. "nd onu tot 

ellv hall PM.- "M ....» l._r.U5_»4.-- 

"I GOOD WATERFRONT PROPER 

' ..\ ,,«aanlfh ni..- hearh an* trc^». 1 

1 |,i lee and 1' rma •.. this. 



fpo LET — FURNlSHKD BEDROOM; 
X board optional. 8'!H Michigan street; 

phonn LI446. .^ I 



Ti^XPERIENCBD A<:COtJNTANT WILL 
r.J write up books, prepare balance sheot*. 
and profit and ' loss a.rounts '<"", „ I"",'.^'"''' 
traders or lt»*n companle*,- Box 106 toio- 
nUt. •',. o ^ 1_ 



WTBLL BDt'CATBD MAN REQUIRES 
VV clerical, work, smart at figures; w'cll 
recommended; married. Apply Dt?V 101 

Colonist.- . - , ■ , 



GENERAL ENGRAVER AND .s ri;-\CIL 
flutter, Geo. Crowther, 12 t., 

behihd Post Offloe. 



H 



EANBY, JOSEPH — OFFICE 68 Wharf 
Blroet. Telephone ,171. 



V 



ICTORIA TRUCK 
Telephone IJ. 



AND DRAY CO.— 



DYE WORKS 



Be. STEAM DYE WORKS— THE LAR- 

. gest dyeing and cleaning works In the 
province. Country ordirs solicited; Tel. 

200. J. C. Renfrew, pro prKt or. ^ ■ 

T>XuL'T"SEAlkrDYB~'WOBK^3'l8 FORT 

X street. Wo clean, press and repair 

-ladles' and genlitmen's garments equal to 

imw. Phono 624. 

ICTORIA STEAM PYEJ WORKS. »4 4 

Fort street; telephone 717, Ladles' 

rnd Gentlemen's garments c leaned or dyed. 

KLKCTRICIANS' tt ELECTRIC SUPPLIES 



SAXD AND GRAY 






Be SAND & 3rAVBL CO.— FOOT O 
Johnson Kt./Tel. 1388. Woshed ar 
graded sand; gravel for concrete work. D„ 
llvered by team or on scows at Royal Hay. 



OF 
atrd 





1 



J-IOR HALE— ENGLISH- SETTER PUP- 



ple«, six months' old; Lowcii properly. 
Enquire on Gdrge, E. Carroll. , ' 



XOST AND rODND 



T^ ost--BKTWEEN FKRNWOOD AND 
1j Cook BtteeH, a hos of ehlld'd dresaen. 
R. ward Box 487 Colonist., . _ - 



SHOBTIIAND 



SHORTHAND SCHOOL- 1109 BROAD ST., 
Victoria. Shorthand. Typewr.ltlftg. 
Bookkeeping, Telegraphy thoroughly., taught. 
Gradua.tes fill good positions. L. A. Mao- 
mlllan, . principal. ,_, , 

SCAVENOIN'O 



-r OST-PCKSE C<>N'I,'A1NIN<1 AROtlT ».".0 
J J In hills. . Rr(»ai'd on returnlnB i" 

c.ilonist office. . • 



TriNGMSH «ARniED COVPUB KBQUIRB 
rj situation on ranch or tmi private plfMSe 
wife, dairy work or housekeeper. Box 33S 

Colonist. 

iL-''Nai7lSHMA"N~RK.Jl'IRK8 SITUATION 
r-i on rnneh, life exprrlence 
kind of stock. Bdv 339 Colohlsl 



\^7ELL FURNISHED ROOMS. ALSO 
VV housekeeping rooms trt l*t; electric 
light, hath, hot and cold. 81.1-«17Folt St. 



1 *>A<i vSTANLKY AVENUE. PHONI 

lOUfJ R1S41. Comfortably furnlahtid 



rooms; board optional 
cirisn In; eleetrlc light 
McAndreW. ' 



terms mndsrate; 
and bath. )lr*. 



IF YOU WISH TO DISPOSE OP YtM U 
law or tbeologv books,' drop me* ratd 
and 1 Will call on yoil I will be .in \i.;- 
(orla once a mninh Kdwln J. Oallo««y, 
new and old botrtr .lore, 7W Oranvijle St. 
Vancouver. _ \ ^^_ . 

AOOAGIB PROMPTLY HANDLBD AT 

current rate* by the Victoria Transfer 

Co., Phono. 129. Office- open ni ght ^id day^ 

VXTANTED— TO PURCHASE, OLD MA- 
VY 'hogaoy furniture. Clocks, grandfather 
clocks, coins, stamps. Sta A. ,A.. Aaronson. 
88 Johnson street 



\\rANTKD— mTJJAXION ON A 
VV H M. Barron; Chemalnlis. 



FAR.M. 



SITUATIONS WA'iCTEO— FEMAUB 



TO LET- t^OMFORTABLT FURNISHED 
front room* with , use of kltchftn If re- 
quired. .128 Michigan street. James Baj- 



rno LET— NICE SUNNY ROOMS, REAS 
X oriable rates. Hotel Canada., 1818 Broad 
street. Phone L391. 



I.-'lURNIfiHED ROOMS TO LET, 414 MEN- 
* - xles SUMt 



wharf.. 



Two, minutes from C.P.R. 

' ilj .( ■ lU ii l li »i iH im i ' i I I . 1.1 ' .|.|...*». 



WANTBD—aCRAP BRASS. COPPER, 
sine, lead, cast Iron. »acks and all 
kinds of beetles and rubber; hlghmt cash 
S^^ paid. Victoria Junk Agency. 16« 

Store stre et. Phone 1388. 

NTIQUE JEWELERY, DIAMONDS, EN- 

gravlng* and pictures bough'. ,ind sold. 
Mra A. A Aaronson. 86 Johnson sreet. 



7- 



THE GLOBE REALTY CO. 

Rsoni 1, Mabon BIk. " " 



JI12 Oovernrnsnt St 
Tel. 1*1 1- 



•ro ^u* 



Bu'siNKSS CHANCES. 



1,-tOOT & TUSON. ELECTRICAL CON- 
X^ tractors. Motor boats, gasoline englnea 
Phono A-144R. 785 Fort St. ^ 

',rW~KiNS^ HAYWOfJD. 728 "YA'TES 

St., Elcctrlelann; all kinds of Biipplles 

larrled.' In»talla1i(.ns and repftlrs promptly 

attended to; prices moderate. Phone 648. 

EMPLOTMBN'r BUREAO ______ 

\\nNG bl<, no9 aov'T^'sTr Vhonb iz. 

w 



E LINES — YARDS CLEANED. RESI- 
denco 428 COok St.. Phone 1799. 



VICTORIA SCAVENGING CO.. OFFICE 
1820 Government «trecU I'hone 662. 
Ashes and rubbish removed. 



w 



•INO ON, 1709 GOV:*r ST. PHONU 



RESPBrTAHLE WO.MAN WITH 7-YEAR- 
•old KliL wishc* sliuathm as hotiae- 
ke..p.i f..r gentuman or 'JJ"" *»«, >^'l«' 
where the .'hild wt^ul.l not b« objflctea to. 
H.ix 141 -I'olonist. ' . 



.IOR ,w!,\LF,~TAII.OU AND REPAUt 



shop, li.n.rniiiertl street. eftec»(i In 
ehj.le two iniiehlnos, tables nnd gas «lov.;. 
S. V. ral suttfj .lolhlfig, dc, Aplily «0« •."W 
I'Nilonlsi office. ■ ^ ■ . . . , '.; , , . ,' 

<tt'>7wi lil'VS 'Va-ROl")M FUhNlTURIS 

•ir»)UU botirdlng hojise, La.lystnlih, II. C.. 
lease one year, rent only J2n. c..r. Iliideii- 
Powfll and First avenue. Lftdysii.l'!;, B. ' . 



\\'.\NTEii iiFFM'K MAN WITH A FEW 
VV : ibfuisanil d<. liars to take a working 

Inl.regi In liii«|ii«B«. Apply Box 311 Colo- 



T,1NGDISH LADY DESIRES POSITION TO 
JTJ t.HCh two ChlKlrw « to » I'^^r*. »J 
<;omp«iilon 10 Invalid lady. Apply. .Box 

4 18 Colonist. , . 



l.'^DUCATED KNClLtSHWOMAN (*3> 

rj wishes position' «» ■ *'"V"'-*'?''''.T„„ ?,■; 
other responsible slliiatlon. No "W^'^*'"" J." 
(ounlry. capnble. a<tlve good plalll. COOR, 
abslttlner. Apply HoX 46J < olonlsl 



TO RBNT — OROIND FLOOR. CENTR.VL 
location. 2.700 feel floor space, mod- 
TVtfte realal. ApSly P.O. Box 682. . 



TO' CAMPERS-'-SOOKE LAKF. C.VBIN TO 
rent with ,stove. cooking utensils, cot, 
matiran; I20 month or by w»ek. P. O; Box 
81(7, .■•'■- ■■ " • ; 

TO LET-- ROOMS AND OPKICB APPLTT 
to 710 Fort street. n/-ar Douglas St. 



rBOPERTV FO* SALE 

r7'5;^:r77]jT:^-^ HUM EsrrF.a . y .u 



?i.i 



P^mimiMrt^s-eaiiCi^on per '•"<?- 



ei.Hlvsiton, 511 font frontage, 
from car. We -"1 drive y-ou^t 
3 n, < pm. I'.mberton *.»«»• 



bbxks 
10 «rm 
H' Font. 




,^.,r M,.i.K.l;vTi, r:*T'En RKSIPENCES 

1^. ,,.r lis. IS V"P'-- ..»..«-.¥ •'••'«»»"'' 

s lang. tf.'t" I l.OO^'j;' »"■"' "' 

KolT'nV'E RtJUMSD. \lOVSE 
and l.it 60x120. , ' ' 



PrI 

$12100 



'**«;A'n«3rARTERR FOR l^t^T ..;EOROF ''£_- 
H town.lt, Mn.CMld ha..go,. ;., I-"r jn^. 



Ilmoo 

fi>50(r 'i'i- '■; '"" 



JIOUM HOUSE. 



M 11' 



si: l.i.iT f.Ov 



8VMMEB RESORTS 



¥rOUNG LADY f^OMlNG 



GLASS AND GLAZING 



I^Vf-RY DESCRIPTION OF GLASS — 
^j Plate sheet, prismatic, ornamental, 
l.aded, etc- The Meljose Co., Ltd., «1» Forr 

Htreet. 

HARDWARE 



STORAGE AND WAHEHOC8INO 

8. bThn7~iTo2 - 4 VV 1 1 A R F .ST,j_X*-' '-> ' 
..•. of Yntes; commission, storage, ware- 
housing, manutacturer's agent .and IJoiiid 
No. 10. Phone 394. P. O. Box 408, mafi 



R 



Storage' and warehousing— i9,oou 
fuct of floor space. Apply W. W. Dun- 
can, r.35 Yates. P. O. Box 179. City. 



TEAS AND c6gFEE8 

I'^TioNEEr'^f'fEE' &, SPICE M1I,LS, 
Ltd.. Pembroke street, Victoria. Tele- 



phone 5U". 



TinloR T. G. & CO -HARDWARE AND 
J Hgricullural implement. Corner of 
t.hnson and Government. Sts, ___...,_ 

f ml B HICKMAN TYB HARDWARE CO. -- 
L Ltd iron, steel., hardware, culrry, 30 

Boap Powder do»ted in the b.lh. goften. 



T'IMBBR. LANDS. ETC. 



r^APT. 

\J lands, mining. 



(;. J. BROWNRlfJO. TIMBER 
1. mining. \ Office Imperial hotel. 
O, ijnx r.*3 

UN DERT A K INO AND K^1lBALMING 



. ,E— '^'HE GOODWILL ANB 

' onlenls of a 20-roiim boutd fin.l lodg- 
h.uise, located wllliln llv.. inlnutes of 

post office!, .has n splendid connicll.iii 

nnd is always fully occupied. A spi.ndi'l 
opporinnlty for someone to eiifr llils im. 
of business at n yry reasonable xusi. 
Apply H. 1;. Land «t Invesrmcnt Ag.incy. 

IriOH SALk— A PAYING "rOOM I v< 

X* hou«*. 'AP^'Ll-l-£'-!l^''— -?I^- 
7>r>rr\riN7ritibusB at LAlafsMiTu: .- 

L\ rnottis. Price JaOO, thrce_^ year lease, 
r.nl t20 per month. Room 2. 71* -Spates 

Street. '__„ ' 

CJPLENDlD OPENING FOR A SOBER 1?»- 
r> dustrlous blackamlth and woodworker. 
newlv built sliop will be rented to tlio right 
person For further partloalnrs npply to L 
O, pemer *. Colwo Od, ^'J*:,}^*" P'''^'^ 

LAUNDin' aInd lot ON 

■Jlmcoe street, block 2!i. lot SO triangle. 
Khape Prico 13.700. Apply 1709 Gov t ^t 



,i«u u^ux . w...,-,. FROM BNO- 

_ land wishes pogt ,as bookkeeper. Apply 

Box 41 r. Colonist . . •'-,, ' . . ' ■ -. ' ' 

I.AD'Y MVBLW^^KDtJCATBD, 

domcst Icaled. tlealrr.s^ po^ 

.-.mponlon. secretar.v. or hurSery 

housekeeper where gervant 

Hox 413 (lolonlsi-. 



^■-OUNO 
X ihdroughly 
sili.in Eiii 

go\ ern.'H. 
Is kept 



.\ 



\.\ii;ru'.\n lady wishbs-po- 

..n as h.-ius.keepcr or "»ti.;r P"«|lio" 
„, .,,.«(. Call nfiernoon* at 1322/ B,road_St. 
Canada hotel, r«ont H , Mi' S.' vine 



DEEP dive; COWICHAN BAY, BOARD 
and room*' avaMable for" the salmoii 
fishing season, Api>ly 8, -Dlghtsn. , 



BUENA VISTA HOTEL, COWICHAN. BAI 
under new management, good boating, 
bathlnif and fishing. Hotel carrlag.e- me.jts 
trains at CoWIchan station. For terms apply 
T. L Fnrrest, f^orfleld P. O, B, C, 



r7^r^"^nn on Ms return In at..iui Iw. 
week*^ t^"n "."ryOU an nbOUt.Jhe tbwnsKe, 
Child.* i •" •. 7 01 '^ 'Ystes ,.»tregi . ■_ 

Colonist. fr~ftr,-' l| _^^ 

'STVTvw'P'nap: cook: BtSfi-t Hou^k. 

tTF»>UUO new, ilX rooing si.ding^^rs 
burlapedrwall*,' plato rails; "^'' P'"7'.„f"' " 
naco In full «iK"d basement •""'''"",,'" 
Tverv reafieH The ow,ner 1*. siurlflclng ih » 
fn^rd.^r.r.i llvl. In pari of .Itv near ..I. 
work VeVv easy terms c.n !■ arranged 
Pembertfin * Son., 614 Fort, 



BUeKLAND PARK. WEST PENDER ISL- 
and,- Seaside summer resort, a few 



guests taken. 
Grimmer 



Bates tl.OO per day. 



W. 



iD.»Wikil -■ lI\Fr .ITooM, HOUSE, ALL 
$12000 Mi.se are modern and within 

Ihi' iiill" ttnd .in.'-h wH circle. ^__1__V,„^. 

r^"nT""i.-"v.TrrvGB-A ford AtrTotno- . 

1< new,, Worth. »700. ■ Wll.l o.v- 

ehi.' "'»■ . " 

t"hE CAPITAL CITY REALTY " 

_V COM PANV. 

K*al Ksiale financial and ln»i«rsnre Agenis 
VboM 2io-i Bi» Xatcs strceL . 

DON r DU.U.VV .J^ r/' ^'-^ l^l^ ON H'ANTV 
M«n<iay morning If you .want -t... g-i 
these snaps. 



1 / IFSb— TtonMF. vicfo R I A w Esr 
/Ji^ clogc to car. Pomberton A, Son., fii» 



Fort. 



I 



,-^OR SALB- 



'>TI,\CT1CAI, MA'tERNITY NURSE IS 

op.-n ror/VnK«g.-mettt, ': Terms modfer»te, 

'.iresa 441 i-i'ol<ininl. .• 



rn\VO~SiSXJ3iLS_-iU-TII 'tKXJD I'NDKn- 
.1 Tflindlng of gMirral TTTnnrpwork, seek 

*ituaili«iJB._w,i.th._£,.j!P_e^-l«b!.^, .i^itnm^^^^ 

pi-efer to be tog.'Tlier ir iioSslMer^ Box 42b 
Colonist. 



WANTED— SITUATION 
keeper. English. Koo.! . ....i^. 
lion to i?ountry. Box 431 folonlsf. 



.I'SE- 

..b|e,,. 



DERHAVARAGH — ESQLIMALT ROAD, 
road, large garden, beautifully situat- 
ed,- near sea. On car line. Terms moder- 
ate Phone L72«. . 



BOQMC AND BOARD. 



BOVRD AND ROOM. 162 Mensles street, 
'.ten nVinutes from P""' f.f' •' '''"'•• 



^r AA-'-EASY TRRMS, BOYS M. ACRB IN 
.TFr>l)U Vlclorla West, thr. e bl«CK« fom 
^•,^mherlon A S.m. , 814 F/>rt. 



iiado 
, Fori. 



BO ' per 



moderste 



JL cot 



Be FUNERAL FURNISHING CO,, lOlfi 
, Gov't St. Tel. 223K, 2236 ,2237, 2238. 
2''3it. Prompt attention, chas. Ilayward. 
Pre* ; A llnyward. Sec; F iraseiton, Mgj\ 

\'\^ J HANNa! U-NDERTAKER - PAR 
VV . lors 920 Yates St. Graduate U, S. 
College of Embalming. Contractor to H. M. 
'h«V7. Olflc* pbon* «>*■ R«g. phons (iL. al 



• VKTERINAKY SCHOOLS 

' OAn" FTlAf.Fc'isCo" VETEIIINARY CIJL- 
ft lege. Catalogue mnll/d free- Dr. 

Keane. 1818 Market street. H.f. 



Advertise In THE COLONIST 



W'aSITKD -SITUATION AS GtXID PL.MN 
» V ,.ook by voung Englishwoman where 
liousemaia Is kepi; K.ood character.. N. 
Poiilter, Mount Tolmlc, P. O. - 



\-.-OUNG LADY. DBRIKRS POSITION AK 

1 ..i.«hiei.- sllffhl knowleilge of book- nirt*,, ".«-/ •"■"■■«.. T.'... 

k^.•p^ng;I!4cVII"nt I'efere'JiiNfS. !l«x 308 Cololf^ortl^jMrUi. -Phone 

nisi. 



.'(.unCs (rtHi, w.Uts light HOUSF 
I «.)ik. Ajpply HO.! -Cook slreei. 



ROOMS AND noARD- 
home; best English cook- 
ing 1621 ijniniia street, dose to Pandora 
street car line; five minutee' ■n^aik from 
.Government street .^ph. me L!'20. , 

OLLlEsi— 758 COURTNEY (LATE RAEl 
1618, Roo 
Miss Tiall, 



Tel. 'LI 618. Room and board; terrns 



H 

m o deratr 

^AXBNHURST. 



^^ 817 OdVF.RNMKN'J 

e / siT-'eVV." idosV parliament buildings, under 
new management. Is place for boint. I'om- 
torts Blso table board; «ure satisfaction 



OARKDALP -TW>. 
X psVab'le with J 
ly. Investors have .• 

r-eht. Pe mhertoji & 

l/IOR 'SALE— 218 A< I'.ES t.i LAND WITH 
r lake and a larce dep...H of H"''"''.""'; 
analv.mg 98 l>«r cent '■:*?-»'«';:'<'\"V ,rilw«v 
nropertv fronts on Iho 1. <fe N; i"'l«;«> 
Vu^tlsAo of station and i.e,r to Sasnich 
Arm Material been te.l.d i.v Flago & Co.; 
I^^don EnglanH. for r.n,.nt, '^r^^- \v^^^ 
hMr (ertltVcate for Ktin.e. \,,ply J. Wrlglc*- 
worth. 17 Mile Post, K. i, ■: Railway. . :•■- 



>vM,_lfORT STREET, frLOSE T<> VAN' 
\J . vouver, lot eoxiao' revenue hearing IIB'J 



JLaoL 



T' wo— <}OVK«NMBNT STREET, lOOSuVOl 
frlit at Mfl a.foot jwor.h . JIOO p.." 

['""jTrO (TXt'TTrlyjnTi^K _:. IXirtiLAS STREET, ON'' 
,1 410 month- J i.irtck from the clly hall, Vjo f'^'J'"' 



T-MO-HT ROOMED Hji;Mi,\LOW WELL 
Vj built, just c.ornpl*|ld. fl'ulK*'''"^".**!*'" 
l,>j :: blocks from C4,rl '" "" ' "" 

Petnberlon &, Son. 81* 



tairr -P4Vie coi-nor lot. nevenue hesrinc 
al V'2rrVev ft. Is certainly w'nrlh l-Pkin 
after' on Mondny morn.lntr. "ns this p. lee ' 
gtiod .for a few" 'liy* ^'g^ 



CiOOD T^UMS CAN 
f ; ihosf -»nap». ' 



l; 



D. MclNTOSH 



Real l'".«lnte nnd rini.nel..! ,Acrn' 

«allon"Bldg.. Government Sure,. Mrlorla 

,B. C. Telephone 1,19. 



fnrf 



$3,400 on terms. 



><RKDALK~»200. |l|n. ,\ND ' J2'J5 P EI l 
lot psyable with ftaf rash ^ and »I0 



.-(• 



Knows AND f»<>AftD. TERMS MODER- 
at... Angel ilotd, Lsngley sir.-et, op- 

,,.:,>»U» couit liouso,- 



monthly ."i'/i blocks 
rtrlve you out nl 3. » --. 
Pemta'-rtoii * Son . 614||.orl 



oiVi e«rs.' We will 
ir 7 p.m. or 10 a. m. 



A": 



\\. '\<y.\v 



8-ROOM HOUSE ON 
. 67 f.->*"t frontage; only 



trom ears. 



ioo. K.VCVl. 52i. C.V.SH 
3V4 blocks 

rcmb'erto.l & Son, tlU ForW 



1>.\RKDALE LOT,«l . 

I $10 m.>nibl^, cullvntod 



K> Third 
ritWO !.(.. 

rpwo I.or-^ • 
X (IsO eacb. 



,Siu; 
i'th" 



•i.iUHE <i 
terms. 



S6' 



E K L-H 



■ I r i-.i-;i',. 



*«''«WwH*|#4**(W^»(^^ 






mAf^»^w.«*.-*p~.,-.t 'ft rnyif^nrr^t)^*'^^' 



itt<i.M«*i«iy)~m«>iinii'- ^■"'i"' 






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■-'.tr;)'-.-.'?"r,-''""'"'-' 



Tueaday, August 23, 1910. 



VIC1X)RIA DAILY CX)LONIST 



If 



Tired? Natuise's Sweiet Hestorer 



mm 

TEA 



6A 



FINANCIAL- COMMERCIAL 







Abounding in stimulating goodness, a most health- 
ful and pleasing beverage. Its sustaining and 
invigorating qualities are beyond dispute. 

~— Black, Mixod and Natural Green, 40c, 50c, 60c and 7Qe per lb. — — - 



STEADY 
IN STOCK 




PIES 



Weakness on New York Mar- 
ket of Speculative Leaders 
—Political Unsettlement-aivi 
Decreased Traffic 



NEW YORK, Aug. 22.— Stocks. 
%vorked slowly but surely jjownward 
today on a verj' slow volume of busi- 
ness. 

\V'eakne.ss was again most consplc- 
iH'UK in the ^]>ei;ulative leaders. The 
liuTimans, liradirt}?, St. Paul, United 
States Steel, Xorthern Paeifio. Amal- 
gamated Toiijier and Anuiican all 
dropiied from 1 to 3 on very'light of- 
I'erings. ' . ■ 

The political situation, which' was 
the foremost factor recently, showed 
no change today. Wall Street be- 
lieves that the tension in tlie Repuhli- 
•! 1 riarty of this state .will be' 
..torlly settled before long, but 
.1 i.~ l.»s sangiiine at the outcome la 
I lie nation. 

' Today'.s markets moved with much 
of la.-^l iv eek's iriegnlarity with weak- 
ness in the c')i>i>fr stocks and. further 
ilistrusi (if confiltions irl the raw fuIj- 
ber ■ trade. i , 

The day's general n^ws develop'- 
nients were negative for niost part. 
]Castern roa l.s- running from mid- 



"'■sNrn i".ui|.; r-rp.'r-t((! a falliiii; ef!" 
in I'Miu.!.;.;, . shi))iiieiits (if fjiilil- aid 
grain being certainly' lighter than in 
the corresponding week last year. 

i:"Mi:> v\.-rp heavy; total sales, piw 
^■'i'!'. Jl. !,"..-, 000 I^-.'S. OovernnicM' 
lionds :•- 1^!., i)i-,i| l-S per ceiu ..n 
call. 

VICTOBIA STOCK EXCHAirOZ;. 



Wheat Values Feel Effect of 
Early Buying-. Pressure — 
Foreign Markets Show Low- 
er Ranee in Values 



.,\ 



SnowsKtrm;, fi3; .Stewart, 



fiO; 



Wonder, 



keW tobk stocks. 

(l''urnlshed by "F. W. Steven.son & Co 
NKW YORK, Aug. 22. — Today's s« 
slon was/ dull and unintei-CHtliig. Gftn- 
enil deSllnof wei-e recor(li-("l.,..}url,uced'for 
till' niCHt part by the oiieration of the 
IHdfcsjdonal element which i»< bearlslUy 
inclined. 



Wabash 18 17% 17 

do pfd :iSVi IC^^ 3t) 

Western tjnlon •• .61 

WestlnghouHO . .^ .^ . . 68 

WtscoiiHln t^ent. ■■.", ' .. "^ .. ' 4B 
Money on call, 1% pot^oent. 
Total sales,- 4-10,000 shares. 



CH1C.\<'.< ), 
lias been mi 
loila>-. (iffs-M I 
Pi-.ir-l.-'li neus 



AUf-'. 

<|Uill 



-Inn I 



• l- 



]■ 



(Furnished, by K AY 

Stock — 
Alberta Canadian Oil^, 
American Canadian Oil. 
Canadian Northwest Oil 
Alberta Coal and jCoke. 
Diamond Vale C. "and/C.. 
Internatlvinal C. anc^'C. . 
Nlcpla Valley C. and O.. 

Royai' Collieries .. . 

Western Coal and CoRe. 
B^ C. Eepm. Loan . , 
Dominion Trust Co. 
Gt. N\'est . Permuneijt 
Pacific Whaling com. 
Pac. Whaling pfd. . 

Stewart Land 

S. A-. Scrip 
Bitten- 



Creek .' 

Bear RLver Canyon 
Glacier Creek ...'... 

Main Reef, 

O. K. FracHon 

Portland Canal .... 
Portland Wonder . . 

Red Cliffs 

Stewart M. and'-D. . 
Nugget Gold ...... 

Laaqueti 

Lucky Cajumet .... 

Snowstorm ...... 

Ranlbler Cariboo . . 



Sievenpon 
Bid. 
.07 



.07 
.66 

. .20% 

1.40 
.128,00 
. 98.00 
.t 21.00 
. 60.00 
. 75.00 
, 19.00 
.680.00 - 



& Co.) 
Asked. 

.00%' 

.15H 

.2.5 

.03 

.14 
'.67V4 

.75 

.21% 



126.00 



«S«Oft 



4i ^ i , i 1 li .t ... »- | >t*' 

.... .18 



.3,'! 

1.35 

3. .30 

.85 

.(i;! 
.62 
.23 






■.25 

.10 

.34 

.28. 

1.42 

3.35 



.10 



ifonknT Bntna Bo&p ai*as8 'wenon xntAm- 
«fl3. Bteial. iron and tin war . kjiivea and 
(orks. and aJl Linda of CUtkiT;)' > , 




"THE QUEEN OF TABLE WATERS" 



Its pure Natural Carbonic Acid Gas 



acts? as a Gastric Stimulant and Toni"c 

and promotes the Digestion and Assimilation 

of even the Richest Food. 



1 ' '. r i I . .: 
ppesi-ttt 
euuuLi- il 
Kltuatldi 
there 
bulls 
Show.fiJ a. f;'- 
kets near|y 



,l;-ii I., 

1 rail'i 
nhst :i|]; I 
iiiiri: il, 

\\as Ht I !■■ 
II lie- itM- 



• a prel. 
I a ,laiKi' 
lupnicn 1 s 

■n n lil ! I- 
11^1 
l;ii 
P 



SI nek — 
AlIiH-i.'hahners 



.\nial. 

Am (■; 
.■\Tni r 
/\ n 1 1 • 1 i ■ 

Ann r. 
A nnT, 
A;:i".' . 
. V 1 1 ; > I 
A 11,1. ■>! 
\\\ 111! 

All '.;;. 



Copper 



I Ml 



Hk'h. 



■IS 



1 I'l 

., ITT^ 



'Inh-l-n; 



I . 

i; I 



Vancouver Stook Sales. 

100n^Las(|uetl Mines at !> M ^ 

1000 Alberta Can. Oil at O'.i;. 

100 , liiternatlonikl C. and « ' , ■■n "- 'i. 

100 NuKget Ookl Mines :ii '.':■, ;.nO j 
Gold Mlncti, at 92; 500 (P.hl .Miie-H.j 
at 'JO. I 

V .1000 Anierleah Canndliin ''il. ii l !.■. 

ICOO Itoyal ('ollierlCH ai 1'' 
, inoii l,|iu\< al :,'l. 

i"iiw i;. X III s. 

THE LOCAL MARKET^ 



fcf (laluffiL 



w hi 



100 



Kl.l 



1 ri 



h 



the 



1 1 



1 1 1 



.1 



I 



I a lure. 
Ml the 

\ isinic 

i' i i],iM.-;ii in.-ir-' 

lower. Spring' 



Tl' 



all closed 
wheat receipts ai-o increasing while tfie 
winter wheat movement Is fialling off. 
Cash trade Is disappointing and the ex- 
port ilemand Is feeble. Temponxrlly, 
the situation does not look very strong, 
but a revival., of export demand would 
prove a different complexion on condi- 
tions ehtlrel:^, as the wln.ter wheat run 
Is practically over and the aui-plus 
wheat Is In the show windows, farmers 
not selling on the decline. ' 



Wheat- 
Sept. . 
Dec. . . 
May . . 

Gorn- 
^?ep-t. . 



Dec. .... .t 

May .... .. 

Oats- 
Sept.' , 

Bee,. 

May .... . . 

Pork— 

Oct! 

Jan. .... .., 

I.iar"d—r, 

Oct! 

Jan. . . \, . 

Short Rlbsi 
Oct. .... . . 

Jan 



Open. High. 

102 \i 103% 
107 108 

59% 60% 



Low. Close. 
98% 99»,s 
102 >4 103 
107 -- 107% 



i: T 
* ' ' ' 
)■ i; 
ami ' ). 
-rt+H4 A. 
and 



.151% 

74 



\V. 



G. 

and N. W. .. 
M. and S. P. 
pfd .... 
Leather . 
and I. . . . 

pfd 

Southern 



i22% 



57% 
58% 

36 >^ 
37Vi 
39% 



58% 

60% 



mi 

tTW 
69% 



«0 

58 1^ 

60'/4 






35% 34% 
.37% 34V6 
40^- 39% 



..20.85 
..18.70 

..13.-12 
.,10.76 



21.05 
18. 7 6 

12.15 
10,77 



f^M 



9.87" 



12.05 
10.66 

il.77 
8.77 



34% 

30% 
39 M» 

20.S5 
18.70 

i2.or> 

11-55 

11.80 
S..SU 



9.77 

NEW 70RK COTTON- MABKET. 
I Furnished by F. W; StFveTrsbn & Co.) 



Option — 
Jan. .... 
'Mardi . . . , 
May .... 
July .... 

Aug 

Sept, .... 

Oct 

Nov. '. . . . 
Dec. 



Open. High. Low. Close 



.13.45 .13.48 
.13.61 "-13.53 



. f 3>54 
.13.54 
.16.50 
.14.27 
.13.55 



13.r>5 
13.54 
18.63 
14.32 
13.59 



13.39 
13.46 
13.53 
.13.54 
16.20 
14.23 
13:60 



. 13.,52 13.52 13.42 



13.4Q 
13.51 
13.54 
13.53 
16.40 
'14; 29 
13.5S 
13.45 

ia.4 8 



SPOKANE MINING, STOCXS. 



(Furnished by F. W. Stevenson & Co.) 
SPOKANE, Aug. 22.— Todays closing 
bid prices were: Alarpeda, 3%; B. C. 
Coppcrr 460; Can. Con. S. and R., 60; 
Copper King, 6; Gertie. 1; CJranby 
Smeller, 34; Humming Bird, 7; Pypo- 
theek, 5%; International C. and C. 64; 
Idora.. 5; Idaho S. 'ahd R.,. 2%; Lucky 
Calumet, 3%; Oom .Paul, 3; Mineral 
Farm. ,): Missoula Copper, 4%; Monitor, 
3; Nabob, 5; North Franklin, 3%; Ramb- 
^(Br Cariboo. 34; Rex, 6.; 9nowsho«.. 2M, ; 



do 

Cent. Leather .... 35 

C. F. and I. . . . . . . 81% 

do 

Colo. 

Con. Gas 129% 

Corn Products .... 13 '54 

D. and H. ........ .. 

D. and a.-4a. — . . , .;, 81 

do pfd '..,' 

Distillers . . . .- .... 27% 

Erie .:..,. ,,^.i.,' .85% 

do ■ Is pfd *«.•' 44 
Qen. Elec ... . .'.. 

<5t. Nor. Qr^ 64%, 

Gt. Nor. pfd .'..... 126% 

Illinois Cent: ..... .'. •* 

Jqter-Met '. . ■! 18% 

Iirb- Paper 10% 

Int. Pump .._'.. 

Iowa Cent. .-. . . .', . ■ '. 

-TRTT' pfd 32% 

L. and N. 142% 

Mackay 

do pfd ,,.... 

MeSiican Cent -iry^n 

M. S. P.. S. S. M^'i2fi% 

do pfd . . . . . . . 

M. K. and T. ..... .13 

Missouri Pac, . . . . 5i!'« 

Nat. licad ....... 52 

N. Y. Cent. ii:i', 

N. Y. O. and W 

N. and W 97% 

Northern Pac. ....'116% 

Pacific ».Coa.<»t 

Pacific' ilall 

Pennsyl. Ry.. i ':'.'>% 

Peoples GaJS ... 
Pressed Steel .. 
Read,lng .... ,', 

4o Is pfd . . 
Re^^. Steel J 

do pfd ..... 
Rock Island .... 

do pfd 

.''iosp Steel .... 
.Southern I'ac, . . 
Tenn. Copper 

TdXSs Pac 

Third Ave 

T. a. L. and W, 

Twfn City 

L'nlon I'ac. 

do pfd . . 
U. S. Cast I, I'll 
U. 8. Steel 

do pfd .... 
UtftU Copper . . 
Virginia Ghem. 



34 V^ 


:■: 1 


=-»«'^ 


1)7 


113% 


ll«Vs 


■ '-, , 


2K":. 


39% 


;i!i's 


111 


14 s* 


98% 


.98% 




9'.»% 


102% 


103 


• > 


86 


T6»A., 


.75% 




73 


190% 


190% 


?:!. 


73 




2'.t Vis 




23'/2 




144 


120% 


120% 


. , 


145% 


34 


33% 


30 


29% 


, J 


lOO 




1)3 


128% 


128% 


13% 


13% 


. , 


160 Vi 


30 


30 




70% 



/27% 
-26% 
43% 

64 
123% 

17% 
10% 



31 
142% 



27% 
129 

31% 

52% 

50% 

111% 

96% 
114% 



26 
43% 

143% 

54 
123% 
129% 
17% 
10% 
39 

1*%' 

.11% 

142% 

85% 

73% 

■ 27% 

127% 

143%' 

swi 

52 

50 
^2 ■ 

40 

98% 
.114% 

9S 

2fi% 



ill .in, 11' I' I I'll ii's 

Stiinl'li)., |M I I ■■ ,1,;. .,,-,,., 

-MlUdUim;* in i 1 ' " ,' a 

OlU», i)(.r I iH) iijii 

Feed Wncat, per loo lbs. .. 
CruBhed. Outs, jier 100 IbB, .. 

Barley, per lOu ibn 

(-■ruslii .1 Barl.y, pfcr .100 iba. 
Chop Keid. per 100 1U». .. 
Whole Corn. i)tT 100 Ibu, .. 
(racked (.'orn. per 100 lb«. .'. 
Peed, Cornmeal, per 100 lb*.. 



Hay. Frasi-r Itlvt-r, per toiv-.. 3i,<i0&i& 





^." 


105% 


a.-idST" 


34% 


35 


J 44% 


141% 


141% 
'86 


■:i% 


31% 


31% 


-S.2%.. 


30% , 


U^, 


, , 


• * 


65% 


! 1 3 Vi 


11.1% 


li:. „ 
24 
2r, 


••• 


• ' 


8% 
■J 2% 
108 


1,B8% 


16fi>i 


16C% 


92% 


92 


9-2 
14' 


71%- 


69% 


69% 


116% 


1 1 6 % 


116% 


46% 


45% 


45% 


67% 


67 


56% 



Hay, pralrla 

KtfKS — 

Fresli Island, per donen , 

l.:a»t'ln fi(f«8, per dozen .... 

Cbuoiie — 

Canadlnn, per lb 

Nuutcliatel. each 

Crvaiii, local, «:acli 

Butter — 
AlburT;i, ;<ar Il>. ............. 

Best Dairy v"-- 

\'lcioria Creauj«py. per lb.... 
rowtchan Crvainory, per >!».... 

Comox Creamery, per lb 

Salt bprlng Is. Creamery, lb 

inour. 

Royal HouBChold, a bats 

l.ake of the Woods, a bat; .... 

Royal Standard, a bag 

Wild Rose, per sack 

Robin Hood, per sack 

Calvary, a bau 

Snowttakf, a Eag 

Drifted Snow, jjer lack 

Thretc btar. per (lack 

Moffet's Heat, per bag 

M«»t«. 

Beef, per ^Ifi ...» 

Mutton, per lb. ..,.. ...••.•••. 
Mutton, AuatraMnn .......... 

Veal, drucaed, per lb 

Geeae, dreaaed, par Iti. 

Cblckeni, per lb 

Chlckeni, per tb . live Trelght. 

Ducki, dressed, pur lb 

Hams, i>er lb. ,..,.,.. ....... 

Pork .......•,• ^. . f. ... ^A*. *«. 

IVult. 

Plum*, local, per basket ..... 

Peanhes, per bpx 

Grapes {.Ca.\.) per ba-iket.... 

Pears (Cal.) per tjaox 

Ai»pl«»B -(Cal. I ' per box 

ApplcK tlocal) per box .,•...'. 

QnJons, 6 lbs.' 

Cauliflower, each ....... .... . 

t-.iCs. ttatile.' per Ih. ....;.... 

Lemons, per doxon ............ 

Oranxes. Navat • .^ ....... .... 

Uanauaa ..«> 

Oreen Peas. 3 4ba. ..i....... 

Apples, per box 

Grape Fruit. (Cat) 

Orapc Fruit, (Florida) ...... 

• ' Tesetsi>teK. ' 
Onions. ,a ,tbB. for .« 



1», 



.xKe 



aa 
uu 

00 

.45 
.3D 

.!• 

.18 
.U 

II 

30 
,4i 

,«* 
.40 

4 5 



1 2,00 
2,0() 
2 00 

2.05 . 

1.95 
1.30 
1.S5 
1.76 
1.76 
l.HS 



carrots, per TET 
Ouluns (Australian) i lbs. .. 
Tomatoui (Florida), per lb.. 
Artlchok;;a. (Qlobe), each.:'.. 
ArtlchokiiS, Jerusalem, lb .... 

Parsley, p^r bun^ch 

Celery, per burch 

Cucumbers 

J»cw Potatoes. 8 lbs ... 

Cauliflower, each 

CabbBfft!, new. per" lb 

Lettuce, a bead 

Uarllr, per lb. . . < , 



.080. 20 
.t&tv.^O 
.;6tf,20 

.Hit io 
.mtt-i* 
.:&®.30 

.IXHitt'K 

.lS0,3i 
.lE^.ZD 



, 25®. 3S 

1.25 

.6061.75 

2.50 

2,50 , 

1.50(gi2.(»U 

,2& 

.5(l<.ia 

.t» 

.SO 

.soo.so 

.>6<yi.40 
..3t 

1.5003,50 
.16©.13% 

.10 



.11 

.«! 

.01 

Ii 

.15 

.10 
.1 

.to 

.foc.it 

.16 
.10 
.04 
Ot 
■ 10 



msmimmim!mwmK3Kam::.i 



mmm of 



MDM.m 



Maricooa 





Under Canadian 
Contrcl 





ny, 
es, Californi 






Tibetans Said to be Carrying 
Too Strong Agitation to 
Regain Their Lost Leader — 
Britain's .Part in Unrest 



I)niJer Canadian 
Control 



• ^ /f%^ r\r\ ^ r\ r\ r\ "^^'^ Cprrfpa'ny owns a lease of 60 acres in section 32, 12-2^, in the very 

*%i<^*Til ^1 lylll IMbII heart of the Maricopa Sunset Field, surrounded by crushers^ and flowint; 

DitHLipl.yvli.llUy wells for a royalty of 1-7 of the oil produced. ■ ■ 

Jr . " ' " The Lake View Gusher, within ^ miles, has produced over $3,600,000 in 

•-----—---— Oil during 3 months. Now flowing 40,000 barrels per day. 

c. I »t. .«»« ' C ■ ' J." • • , . The Obispo, within J,^ Mile of our property, brought in a 10 000 barrel 

Studi^Jhe •fotlowmg pnees oi w.. .blocks and sec Well on 5th June at 1,800 feet. ^. "^ '^^'"^ ^^'rei 

The Midway Northern, within 300 yards of this Conipanv's property 
brought in a similar Well on July 4th;la5t, at a depth of 1,^20 feet. 



what this Company's prospecfs are; 

]ssue"Fricfe. Freserit Price. DivHleiuis 



Tvucilc $ .T5 

Sauer Dough to 

Sterling . . .35' 

Carilidti ,. . .15 

San Francisco and 
iMcKittricW'^^fJi!*'-- 
shares ......... 2.25 

Peerless 50 



$15.00 
3.00 
4.00 

V 15-25' 



(Copy Telegram RcGei'ved) 
-To A. .T. Prampton, Victoria, B.C. 



j\ugust i3ih. 



LL 

e.ssi 



28.50 
7.00 



30% monthly 
6c per monlh- 



10% monthly 

.10^ monthly , w .„ 

25% quarterly „^ Sli'wf. ""^^^'^SJ^^^^V^^fi^o^ proceeding very rapi^lly. . WIL 
2^4mnnihlv ^^ DOWN 3^ . FEfc.T TODAY;' sure to be in c^l 200O feet, perhaps le.^ 
-i5/omoniniy Conditions could not be better or outlook brighter. 

. . '(Copy Telegram Received Augtist 22nd f 
^DDWN SIX HUNDRED FE]E:T ON TWENTIETlI .vrouST 

Contractors, expect to rtacli oil m 90 days. 
One Well Producing 1,000 Barrels per day Means a'Profit of $500 per day 

to the Co mpan y ,— 

Unsolicited Testimonial—ExFact frotnliWter Received August i6th 
I visited your property a few days ago. and found Mr. U. S; G. Tod.d in 
charge, and operating one of the best equipments I ever saw in any oil field 
You cannot help ' getting a gu.sliei* on. that griaund, and the peoole who 
bought Maricopa Oil lire iii great tiick; Yours very, trijly, 

„ ' . (,3igfnp'l) C. HTRK.'VT, Secretary/ kkway View Oil Ok 

DrHlinij Commenced July 20th. Watch the Drill. 

Over ^250,000 Shan-, li.ur l.oen sold privately in Prince Ru pirt ;iiiil \ 



I,ONDf|fcN. \iu: 22 — Two explanations 
iif the uni'e.Mt In Tibet are provided in 
telegrainH. 1^ . 

hr-Pekln lt.1sti,sald, that a s-ti^onR aRltn- 

tlon l.s being carried on by tho TlbPtans 

for the re«toratlon of tlie Dalai I.,nraa 

(the spiritual h«>u<l of the Btiddhl.'st 

world), who. fled froiji Lhasa at Iho time 

of. the rhlnet<f raid last aprlng nnd'i.s 

•"■>w at IfarJIling. Acoordln)? to the 

ilne.fe, the danjjer of a rlflnR' lies In 

e TlbiUans" chagrin "at Great Hrlt 

ill's refusal to assist In restorlPK the 

ilal l^arna."! ' . ■ 

However, lit Caletitta . traders and non- 

iflclal.s In- clone touch with Tibet ns- 

I svrt thiit the Tlbeta^is are tOo Kratefu! 

U"r the ho.Mpliallt.v afforded thp bahti 

! I.ania— to ultack the, British trade awen- 

■ lf"s. If fresh trouble ^laa arl.«»en, they 

ly, It 1« likely to be due to the Chl- 

i.i'Ke uit<TnptlnK to punish the Tlhctan.s 

I who liiterceptpd ' the- ChlnoBP f;oli1ler.s 

|puraiilnK the Dalai ' Lama when i:o' ri<>d 

! from LiwiHa. 

1 'A llputer teleKrnm .froiri Simla M(Ht<'« 
I that ,.N»^. 1 <V>itipany of the -SnppfrB .Mnd 
•Mi-n«»r» and, the 1 8th ' Pioneers are un- 
■ r ordorH t,o move t() .HIllKurl, oji the 
illwa.v to Dar.tlllnB-, which will .s.ervo 
-i a' baae should operations be iinderr 
ikPti tn Tibet., 



Most of these companies pay special bonuses in 
addition. . 

Dividends on Listed Stocks for May 

— r- — — ■r-'^-^^'2{J7(l2G'"'' ' 

Total -Dividends to Date, 
' ^31,28.1,002. i ^ 



vcr. 



Shares of $1 Fully Paid and Noii- Assess:: hk\ now each 25c 



re 



I Will PilV 



11 n "1 1 1 ■ ( I 



'fi Sh.it ('■ C 



,"'' '-'!--■ =•:;' ••:M-hns Tooo feet. til. II 1^1 r ■ ' '"'",-■ per sharc. Or will be 

l'nc..Mh,,i :- ■ n on the ( )il .Hxi-h . ' iHar bills , for 25c. , 

ir an Option to Repurch.isr These Shares Any Time Within Si.x Months at. $ji'.oo per Share 



Who wiiuliln't KO to Imaven? The fol- 
lowing despatch arrlvotl torfuy., Read It: 

Mattapol^se-t. Mass., Aufit. 15.— t3»JK('- 

iiill ffina are Juttljant , today over thf 

iiiHslblllty that- wlien- they reach the 

ilden sliore home ruhs and liase' UUh 

may' be amonK the nttrnctlutis there. At 

liifiHt. tliiit Us the Idea of the Itev.' J.iiMiui 

(." Tuthlll, tjf tbf Congregational church 

here, who In a .ternion d'^c'Iiu'ed tlint 

'herfe was no r€.as(>n apparently why tlie 

reat naflonsil game* of Amotion shotild 

'>t be I'ound In somo fortn o^.^motller In 

lo vYori4.J.o oopie. He said In' pait: 

i leaven .'r'minrnTi^T'vm'ntTnn'nf'Tnis world, 

.\ Chrlstiati may love a haU game, and. 

;)vlnjir H". remnln ti^ t.hrlstJan. Wliy then 

,:, It "not Piife to prophe's.v that o.v.en tluT 

i.'iime of ba:«obalI wll) have Ita place tn 

,-<oine .splrltuil fortn in heaven? 



FRAMPTON 



SEND FOR PROSPF.CTUS 

Piscal Agent, Mahon Building 'wcoria, B. C 



PORTLAND 

CANAL STG 



80VOHT AWD MOXiO 027 

cOMKzaszdar 



Transfer Agents, Dominion Trust Co., Ltd., Victoria &Vancuver, B. C. 



R. D. Maclachian 

An'iM'lM (lull. 

Honnl (if 'rimU livUldlng. 
Phone 210fi. 



BEVAN, GORE & ELIOT, LTD, 

Stock and Pond Brokers. 



All Active Stocks Bought and Sold on Comrnission 
Pfivate Wire VictoriaTto Vancouver 

^)AIL^■ 'n'l.l't^R.MMMC OUOT.XTTONS • 

Buying and vSelling Orders Executed on the Leading 

Exchanges 

Plionc^ 2 1/6 ami -^[7! - i i-- ( ■.nvfrnnu'nt St. 

VIC/1^()!<!.\. I'. C- 



COLD STORAGET 





ICE GO. 



Victoria,- B.C.- 



Goocis received at oil hours. Expert attention 
given. Consignments solicited ■•* 



Telephone 2282 

P hens 2456 P.O. Box 793 

If you have any shares in 

Pacific Whaling 
Great West Permanent Loan 

iTou wish to sell, Ifet me glv^ you 
a blcl for- theooi 



•P. O. Box 875. 



N. B. GRESLEY 

stock Broker and Financial 
Agt. Member Victoria Stock 
Brokers' Association , 
Room 16, Mahon Block 



Phone .2868. 



1122 Govt. St. 



Oldham & Mattersnn 



BROKERS 



. Now Is the time to buy 

SOOKE OIL 
SHARES 

Call on us for particulars 
' Office to let. 




Mining Stocks 

ASK -33 FOB FBZCXS 

Btty or Ski* 
Portland Canal. 
, Stewart Mining^ 
Red Cliff. - 

Glacier Cri^eK, ^ ' 
Portland Wonder. - , 

— Atn c rlean C a n adian Oil. 

Canadian Northwest OH. 
WAQHOBKT, OWTNM * CO- 
VanoOTiTar. 



TO BORROW 

First morttjane on farm properly, 
five years at 7 per cent.' Good 
security and mriral rlsfc 

$15,000 

This will stand th^ closest Invesr 
tigatlon and contains every es- 
sential of the soundest security. 

PvrH — pai t ic iilai tj -on request. 

coxaOmsT BOX sro: aas. 



STEWART 



j::;:-.;.- 



Actions speak loiider than words. Stewart has 
now settled dqwn to work. INTRINSIC VALUES 
are steadily advancing, as the development of the 
country progresses. At present prices, lots in Stew- 
art Gity are a splendid investment. 

STEWART LAND CO., LTD. 
Offices 9, lo, II Boar4 of Trade Building, Victoria, 



DOMilON TRUST CO., ID. 

Capital and Reserves , - , $1,100,000 

TEMPORARY OFFICE: -- " : 



looi LA^GLEY STREET. VICTORIA. B.C. 



Tlii'^ 0"inp,-my l:^ pr(.-]>arf(l [c act a.^Transfer Agent and 
'Registrar; ci Mintcrsi^iHiiji;- and cerlih inir tlu; issues. of S'tocka 

and P.'-iivU of .Minini( and otlirr C()nii);uiic-, ■ Shareholders are 
thus piou-clcil a.u;iin>i i)V(..T-i,- >uc ihiciiigli ciror apd valid 
.scrip is assviro(I. 

F(')r tcrni.s. aj^ply t<K A..E. Plummer, ,Managei. 



4\ 



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A SNAP! 



FIVE ACRES ON GORGE WATERFRONT 

This protierty-was bcirrg hiKl at .$1,400 |)cr acre, ^ovf of- 
fered for a (piick ^,-iIc a( .^ 

$1100-PER ACRE— $U00 



N. B. MAYSMITH & 



Phone 1500, 




, Ltd. 

Mahon liuUdlnir. 



x MimnitMEMMt 



f. W.STEVE 




iM A, ro 




STOCK & BOND BROKERS 

■ I ■ ' , .^ 

Members Chicago Board of Trade 
Victoria Stoclcbrokers Assn. 



T4.T5~Mahon Bldg, 



1114 Qo^HtHtmetttStrea 



ORDERS EXECUTED ON ALL EXCHANGES 

Dealers in Local Stocks, Municipal, GovcTTimB^nt, Railway. 
Trust and All Other Debentures 



Priv.'i 



Cliicafro, 



'^ ii;k. rioston, Montreal 



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VICIXJRIA DAltY COLONIST 



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Tu««(i«y> Au»u«t 23, 1«10. 



mmmi 



CITY OF VICTORIA 



ii 



A c6mplete list of Local Improvcrpa.t Works, authorized by ^ylaw. from time t^jime. will be found 
• posted on the Bulletin Board at the mam entrance to the City Hall. ^ 



pointed the Returning Offleor of the said 

'"'"■ E. W. BRAnUCY 

Acting C. M; C. 
, CItv Clerk's Offtce, Vtotyrlu, ]...<-. 
A u jtuBt 17th. 1910. 

A BY-LAW 



A BY-LAW 



To Ri:t>Uoii.-e the cntovlng- iaito an aproa- 
iJiO'-it vvitii the ErltisH Columbia Tele- 
I)h07i6 Company, Liniitart, coiiceruinff 
Iho renloval of tcleuhouo poleB and 
oveihoncl wlroa troiii certain atreeta, 
unci to raise the sum of 8100,000.00 on 
. . ~»i«ht>ntareB ' iur the parposoB tnerelu 
ae* foiUi. 



\Vl.li;i;i.;.w i..u " Corpor-n;..!. -i i ' 'o ( 
lily of ViciDria IntH arnmjged iia i»»fy;e- 
icL-nt with ihfe British Columbia lole- 
I'iione Company, which arraugomenl is 
tot forth In an aarecnient upin-oveii uy 
the Council and exf.-cuteol hy the y^"- 
piiuv, find ^v^^k•h■ waiil a(,'roeinent !>> i" 
the words and figures following: 

THIS INlJKNTtJHK made in duplicate 
this n int-h^UtA ^-4J-g=-Au«uHt, in the year of 
' lur Lord one UiQUsaud nlnerTTanared und 
i i-n. ,•..,. , , ^ 

I'.iOTWKKN' ■ • 

THK COUrOKAflON OF THE) CITY 
OW VlCTOniA, ■"i,7~,-x 

(HofClnuftor called the CIJ^ ) _ 

of Tile First Part, 

BRITISH COIAJmWa , TKLBPHONE). 

(Jlerolnafier called-the COMPANY) 

of the Si'cond Part. 
WHEHBAS the Company carries on a 
IcU'phone busine.^s In the City of v i.c- 
torla, iit-tho Province of IJrUish (oluni- 
V>lft anil rarri.-s ItM cables and wires upon 
,' „' in tlKt^.'-troPta of the City; 
iTITlTS'tTis- Company at the 
i,M|w-i .J i ... t'liv lias couiiented to re- 
move ItH :'ald poles, cables and wires, 



1911, or at the option of the Company 
111 bo rodeenu,ibIo at any Uine upon six 
Tr;:TrnLhs' notice to the .lcb..MUure holUci ». 
su-b acbenture.s in either csvo bear 
bUcrcst iber.-on at the rule of l^^"' l^fj 
(M-Ml. (1%) per annum, on the 21 Ht da^ or 
January and .luly iu each year. 

1. AVhen the City icipctrl.clau J'' ";® 
riiy, lOi.Kinec-r shall' .ccrliry , In wnUoh 
that the t-ompany have expenUc. ?,-..- 
iMiu.oo on .sahl worlc.H, the Cliy ""' ''•^'Y' 
„yrv an.t .leliN'-r to the ^"■""l^«;"/r'i ,/ f' 
luieH, bcin«- a portio.i ot <be .sal.l 1«« f. ."f 
the par value of rr.,Oao 00, am u >« 
after whenever an aaaulona »-"-''''"*^,-"'^ 
shall have been expemled and b«ve bt_en 
so certified by the said Engineer or l^i-^ 
trielan th.- City , will, hand ''^"J'/'i"},, pi 
liver to the Company further debentuies 
,.,f the par value of $2.-..M<)O.UO "«"':>' '"". 
.stance until the t;ompany .shall l"^^,*;-',, 
pi^nded the Mum of $7r.,U0O.;n» ^^'^ ,«'''*'^ 
have rcaalvfd ■ debeni nrcs of a I'"^ ,^ =^.1"« 
of that sum. The City will """'i^"' "^',1°, 
the siiid Company tlu- balance of the said 
debentures when the City I''nKln.'or o. 



IX VVITNKSS WURRKOT'' the part les 

hereto ha\e caused their '-e^l'^' 'xt'd I e 

pornte seals lo be befeunto affUtcl tuo 

day and year first i^^ove wrl ten - • 

The Corporate Heal of the <-0\P"J','," 
of the Clivof Victoria was hereunto 
nfflxed in the pretioncc of; j 

S.TcWporate Seal of the ^Vtlslv Colum- 
bia Telephone Company, , Limited va« 
horounto affixed in |he piesentc 

r^Mi'n W i.'\HIil':N'. President. 

^ ^ 'CEO. il. llALalO, Secretary. 

A.\U WHKKKAS the expense and cost 
of the work within the said ''•■«'\' ""., "-^f 
tensions thereof, as In l/"'"B"i ',„:, '{ 
said a«rci>menl set nut, is '-^^ , i on 
One hundred thousiind dollars t»n'". 
00(1.00). and 1t Is proposed by i"'-" "^" 
Law to au(horl-/.o the raising of so'd 

.sums and the delivery of ih.> authorl/,ed .. 

di-benlure.>«'at sucll, tlmeH as I he -sanu ai t. ,;|„ipt^.,. 4j, 
recpilred to be delivered under the terma 
of the said aKreement. 

AND WJlKUKAS H petition under Sec 



«mn of $6O,000, ■epnrad «»°» *°! 

fro»t»ire »•»». or «V-V1 ,uw»n- 
Conn«ction »«ntal, witb th« tfuaran 
t«* of thB City of Victoria.. ^ 

.-;!r^:?m.iiv'^f'ri:;jf:!.:ii;7a ''■'''" 
?^ne;^^rByi\aw.-^^>r -^^s 

within the i-ity "« ^ '<; -■;^'^^;.," ' '^\nn 
payment lo |.roperty "^^ "'^' '^^ ',„1 s,>wer 
of $;;.rjO, advanced tor ^'P'^'l'^'.^f "-"^ 
construction, under »y-'l''' .^m„;«ed to 

I for securing the moneys so intend- d to 
I be borrowed: , , 

AND 'wilRREAS. . U'.e .fta.f^., %%^^*^^ 
!l(MJ2." was validated by Section 2il, of 

of till 



No 616, the "Sewer Loan Guarantee 
By-law, 11)08. No. 557, the "i«wer Loan 
Loan Oiiarantoe Hy-la*. ISOfl." No. 6«-, 
the "Hfiwer 1/oan (UiarHiitee Hy-iaw, 
i;)0'.) (No. a I," No. t'.16. be sufficient to 
provide the annual Interest on the 

moneys from time to time borrow'ed on ,,„„^.,„.„rt,-, n..- — 

the security (,f the debenture's issued /'. ' ''« "'^'« '"' t^,"^ '^^ y^^gUig of this 
hereunder, and the an.iuul j^lnklng ^^''''^ "Viaw Ld bI a b mad^^ '" 

for the payment of the VH^nclpa «>-iaw.^^aiid sM^^^ daf-, at 

! moneys due upon the debentures '«»"«:' Ueh'Vlace e th."r m the Dominion of 
1 I _ I II ..........tiittu 1,' iir^oti re -'sue II piuce. i*iiiiti iii wnu ,,... (,...i 

I licreunder shall, Immediately upon • , _ .f 

jcolpt thereof, In- act aside by the saltl 

('lly Treasurer and placed liy liln> to a 

I separate account , with the banker.s ot 



Canndli, tirfeat Britain, or the \"l\\'}. 
.-tales of America, as may he de.s hi »•« d 
thereon, and shall have attached to inem 
coupons for the payment of intet'»i. 



The t;o;px:;;a:tIu;::«£vi torla, and there- coup-ms ^- ^^^^ ^P-^mem -^^;--- 
out Shan I'-I.^ad the coupotiftor'n .^^ u..l iUa «lKrmtura_^of ^_^^^^^____ ^ , 



the said 



n^^^^i^-lHian'Llmn have c^nified that \ thm' c\. of th;' Muulcii/aM-lauses Act has 
h!L\vS of 't.^ work ment.one.Mn par- been presen 



friun certain streets ,.. .- 

forth and' to place Its f. aides and wires 
iu underground conduits in streets here- 
■inafter inenl! ' 'to provide service 

bv theans f- mind conduits and 

poles In thi^j! f the blocks havinK 

connection with ....iidulis in said 

streets^ 



tno wnoie oi no- \v>.,,r> ...... — ,i„,.^,i 

HKraph (2) hereof has been eompleted. 

8. The'Clty shall upon the sufllcient 
completion of the work ot establlshInK' 
and construction of the said conduit s> t.- 
tein give authority and sutler and po- 
itjlt the Company to exclusively use imJ 
operate the same and to maintain, lecon- 
struct alter and repair the cables, con- 
duits, "wires and other »Pl'"/"'-"» "".'in^ 
Btructed for the l'"';B°?V°*,f%^,^r'^ brel 
4*teplione servic« until default for thiee 
months he made on the part of J he tele- 
phone Company In the payment In tiie 
next paragraph provided for; 

PROVIUKD, that should the Company 
at any time within three u'O'iV.'f.,. .nl 
anv .such default par-t« the Cit> S"" 

. . ,. A. xt.r>H 4 It i1 AT ft tilt to- 



i„M.-,i ,„,o,.ited to the Municipal t.euniU 
of the Corpo.ratlon of the City ot \ k - 
torla. .signed by the owners of more uiftn 
one-tenth of real property In the (_ic% 



.Hiatules of 11)03-4 1>; 
so- far "as frontage r.nls '^^}^''^,J^ 
sewer connexion rentals ^^yf'^^^'^'' „f 
assessed and levied upon the "^ ors or 
land and btiildings. and P^^'';".,.^ -^^ ^''id 
on by the recjtlng section t- '"^^'^^^ 
rescind the ,assessment atyl levy. WiV"" 
bv the said reciting Hy-law .upon occu 
piers of land and buildings, and such 



lobenlures or borrowed 
mimi>k-H, r.,s the s.-.me shall from , lime 
Lo tl^ie full due, an.i the moneys to pri)'' 
vido liie said annual idnkliig fund shall 
he placed on depofdl, and with tlio liitei;- 
est thereon, shall be allowed to accu- 
huilate and thereout shall be paid the 
piini'lpal moneys borrowed, as lliu flaid 
debenture.s. issued hereutujer shall/from 
lime to tlni); liecome due. 

U. This By-law shall, before the final 
paaulng thereof, receive the assent ot: 
the eli.etors Of the said Corporation In 
the manner' pi-ovideil for In Ibo Muiiicl- 
pal Clauses Act, and shall tako eftect 
on the day after the final i>assing' there- 
of. 

111. Thi-. li.\ 1:mv in.-iv ip.t I. e altered or 
rept-aleii sii\ii willi the cmisLMit <jf the 
Lieuteiulnt-Covernor In t:ouncU. . 

11. This By-law shall be' cited as i'^® 
■'.Sewer Loan tluarantee Hy-hiw,. l.)ii. 

Passed the Municipal Council on the 
-loth-da;)' <3f August, I'JlO. .- 

TAICK NOTICK that the above Is a 



It s-Karrb^^ta^l for the' said Muy- 1 -Id debe^t^ur« a^^^^^^^^^^^^ 
In his discretion to alternat vely ^f^?,f J /"«™"o^l«ed by the -ale ot the 
each of Ui^aald debenlureB to ^^ ";*'»( ^X debentures all expense connected 
executed and issued for an '^'"""''^"J ^*//^/the pr«^^^^ *"'» engraving or 

flOO sterling, and one. If n«cessary, for witii tne pr w ^^^^ debentures and 

a less sum In sterling money to com {''" ^J^^P'^^'lny dUcount or commUiiJon. 

plete the authorized Issue. ,».r or other charKee Incidental to the «ala 

The said debentures shal hea./ a c m other char*^^ 

7 If dwmed advisable by the; Mayor, 
there BhaU, lu^Jh* »»ld d«benturei be 
reserved to thr Ct»rpora ♦on th»^ rig l 
upon any future eonaolldat on of .the 
debentures indebtedness of the 'LU> to 
substitute debentures of Buch consolida- 
tion secured upon the '-■re/m "f the Uty 
generally. Such consolidation dehen- 
lu res shall contain tb* like . covAnants^ 
conditions and restrictions as are con- 
tained in the debentures issued »n p r- 
suance of thi.i bylaw, and In each de- 
benture Issued hereunder a clause con- 
ditioned for such substitution may h% 

Inserted. . , , ,„,, 

« For the purpose of raising annu- 
Hllv the required sum for the payment 
or'th« Interest on the said debentures 

during their currency, there »'>*" o*-- 

raised annually the sum of ».l,')On. and 



pons nuiy be either written, atampiu, 
Iirlnted, lithographed or •^"K''^''?'^-,^ ,_, 
4. The said debentures shall n"*'^ '"■ 
terest at the rate of four l^'"'', '^•;"\-., ''*i 
annum from tiie date thereof If 5 '_' « 
half-vearly, on the. 2lst day ol ..lania y 
and ;;ist day of .luly, at svich pUu<, 
in the l>omlnlon of Canoda, ^"•'^^"^t IJrl- 
tal,n. or the United Slates of -\" ^^ ,1^; 
as mav be expresswl in the debenluie 

""r? l'r"shail be lawful for the M.ayot- 
to ■ cause the said ^iPt''*''t"'-''« ,, ^"'^ 
Interest coupons, either or hoth to he 
made payable at su.ch place, C'lthor 1 n 
the Dominion of Canada, Great HrllBll^ 
orthe I'nlted States of America, as inay 

'''^B.'^Vl^shall be lawful for the Mayor 
of the .said Corporation i 



I I , i l l n 




oneVnth of ;earpropertV In the City ,;„„ of landand '''''''1'"*;^,; 'L'icunrersh'-"*'" '^"P^''"'" t"<> '>"'P"«*"' ."^■rlr^.-i'iThe 
of \'lrtoria as shown by tlie last revised a.sse.ssment and levy upon salil "V.^^P'-v^, Which the vote of I he Muniiupallty w 111 b>^ 
A.ssessment Uoll. requesting the C ty ^^.,^„ accordingly revoked brthe --f^ " ,nn^.„ at the buildings known '>>','';"'",''','* 
Council to introduce a By-Law to raise Ljj^^,,,^^^^. ^„Qo^ Amendment l.y au i -idi j,,!^ ^^^^ ,419 (^r. Meston s Biilhiln^,). 
the said sum of One hundred thousand (,",gmijerf.d i'il): Broad Street, on Monday, the 2!tlh nay 

dollars ($100,000,001 In and for the pur- -s-kT)~-cv-mkuF AS the amount of the „f August. 1910. that the polls will he 



hies anil vyikto. any .sueii ut^iuun. »,«j v- -■■-,„:,,, ,,,. 
hereinafter set jo-lnclpal and Interest then In default to 



AND NA'HERKAS by the provision.^ of 
Section I'iftv (50), subsection IS (a).(tna 
IS (b) of the Mnnlclpal Clausefl.Act. Vl! I '"n «hVkinrrun'd' tTporti.e a^^ uf the 

cv:fh'^m^\i;^:;f.i^i;:e^?Ut^c.^;:t];^?!""id^-^ 



geiher \vlth Interest "" the overdue In- 
terest at the rate of Plve per cent (5%) 
per annum then the rights of user of 
the l.'ompany shall continue In all le- 
spects as If no-defmilt had been |'"ioe^ 

9. The Company shall from and alter 
the date of such handing over of sucn 
debentures, and during the whole life 
the?6of make a seml-»nnual Pa>'rn«"t to 
the Cltv eiiual In amount to Uie '"teiest 



at the expenf-e and cost of the City 
AND wn km-". A Sit has been so agreed, 
WW TlllOKrOFOUH THIS INDKN- 
TCKK WlT.M^SSF/ni that in consldera- 
t .11 of the 1- and of the mutual 

I • .nanls li i' ennt.iinod. and of 

;; .^ siTiTii-n^i .. : .r^t'iV'^r-rrf lawful 
1 >.iney of Canada paid by "each- of the 
p ities hereto to the other of tliem (the 
recol?^t whereof is hereby by them re- 
spectlvelv acknowledfed I and partie.s 
l>-(d.o mutually covenant as follows: 

1 The Company Avill iminediately en- 
.1. uvor to .secure such . rights of way or 
ea.senieiits o%er or through private iiro- 
pertv within the r'.ren liereiiiarter men- 
tioned and nls' ly abutting on 
Port Street be; oighis undtooK 
PtreotH and on V < i.- .^uect from Doug- 
]:::■ to CJuadru Streets as they may deem 
neeesf-arv for the purpo!*e aforesaid: 
Sbiuild the t'ompany not he able to se- 
cure without payment flieiefor. all the 
rl-'^hfs of way or easements for stich pur- 
rir.sps the o'tv undertake.'; to Irntnedlate- 
1' provide same under their nower.<« in 
,?!id Act' set out. ■ •■' "', 

• I'non the Comjfjany Of ttlA ClfcirhSV- 
i) - . viuired the rights and etisements 
Mi Oil! In Paragraph (1> hereof, the 
("oinpans' as coiiiracfnrs for the City 
Phall Imniedi.ately jiroeceii to construct 
PP I ,.-t .i.iisii an underground conduit' 
.^ .. 1 the carrying of cables -and 

\ , ,- •.. t'\r- i;sr and.only for tiie pur- 
1,1,., -; Hi ( iiv's Inislness. .within 

ti:. rm • 1 ' by the following 

:.-fU.s ot i:i. i I ■...>, namely: . . -- 

W'hai ' .f — .Street. — ^fitjTOboldt. Pmiglas, 

, ,1, .■»-«-^«V'.»,.„.« isiancbard. Cormorant, 

S ■ •<tfpTtsr'"nfs^-!»>tfTW* 

, , , lierclo and also on 

iieet fioiii Douglas Street to Cook 
and Yat <.s Utreia from D o uglft B to. 
. . -.iiilra Streets. , . 

Within such area the Company coven- 
nnls on or before the 30t)i day of A"g\iBt. 
\ D 1012. to. cotnpletely remove all 



arv and .Tuly '" each year. 

10. Upon payment by the Company of 
all the semi-annual payments of inter- 
est and Kinking furid upon the said de- 
bentures the CMty wlll-xr^X and .coj^^Ney. 
or otherwise transfer to the Compiwy 
Jre-t^-ot encumbrance the whole of tbo 
works HO to be constructed, and substitu- 
tions and additions thereto and whlcn 
have been herein agreed to be vested in 
the City and also all rights, Prbpert>. 
powers "and privileges obtained by the 
Company or the City a.s aforesaid or en-, 
loved bv the City under said siihrsec- 
"tions is" (a) and IS (b). so far as the 
same relate to telepliones. to the end 
that the City shall vest In the Company 
air the title the City shall have In the 
undprground system to be completed un- 
der this agreement. 1 1' ' 

li. In event of thd Compaiiy requiring 



the City to issue debentures redeemable 
as provided in ClauKe 6) hereof, then the 
Company may at any time herealler pa> 
to the City a sum which added to tjie 
amount of sinking fund which at the 
tlm»^ of such payment shall have been 
already paid to the City bo sufficient to 
redeem the said debenture*, and there- 
r^ pnn tbo flty w ill grant and ctmvey, or 
otherwise' transfer to the Company free 
of encumbrances the whole of the woi^ks. 
substitutions and additions so to be con- 
structed, Which liave bofn herein agreed 
to be vested in till City and also all 
rights powers and privileges obtained 
by the Company or the City as aforesaid 
or enjoyed by the City under salt! -sub.- 
sectlons 1-* trf^-oTlfr rtOv-to^ tl»« «nd that 
he City shtill vest In the .Company all 



poses aforesaid, and'the Council desire 
te"»g1ve effect to such petition In man- 
ner hereinafter appearing; 

AND WHKUFAS the wh'.i" i;ii«,ible 
land and Improvements or rejt l"-opoii> , 
of the Cltv of Victoria, according to the 
last revised Assessment Roll for tne 
year 1910 was $a2,OS<i,937.00; 

AND WKEHFAS the total amount re- 
oulred to be raised annually by rate ror 
paying Uie debt which will be created 
herein and the Interest, thereon, and for 
creating an annual sinking fund for the 
payment oft of t\\p said debt within 
flftv (00) years Is Four thntrsand six 
hundred aiid flfty-flve dollars (»4.- 
t>55.00); 

AND WHRREAS this By-Law njay not 
be altered, or repealed, except with tne 
consent of the Lleutenant-Governor-ln- 
Council: 

XOW^ THEREI-'ORE the Municipal 
CounclTof the Corporation of tiie City 01 
Victoria enacts as follows: 

1. The terms of the agreement herelii- 
before fully set out in the recital ot tnis 

Hte-Law shall be. and the same are here- 
by accepted, and the British Columbia 
Telephone Company. Limited, are hereny 
authorized to have, hold and exercise the 
rights and privileges In the said afy'^; 
meiit mentioned or referred to,_ suM.iect 
to the covenants, conditions and restric- 
tions binding on the said Company in 
the said agreement ^et forth. 

2. Forthwlthr-iifter-tho requlslt«--iw^- 
sont of the electors of the City of \ Ic- 
turla entitled to vote thereon shall have 
been given to tbo final passage of this 
Bv-Law, the said agrfienient shall foi-tlir 
with be executed by the Corporation, 
and the agreement when so— executed 
shall forthwith be carried Into effect and 
thenceforth observed, and the said asree- 
ment so executed Is hereby incorporated 
with, and shall be deemed to fornt part 
of. and be read with, this By-Law In so 
far as the sainf contains any covenants 
on the part of the Corporation and by the 
Corporation has to (b.^ .performed. 

,1. It shall be lawful for the Mayor of 



-ATCD-Vi-MKUKAS. the amount 01 the 
said frontage rents or taxes «■"! ""^^^^ 
con.necilon retitals. chargeable for the 
year 19U) Is estimated at *7'''^-»-^"' ^."i" 
the sum of $4 95,000 has l^fen alread> 
raised upon the Hecurlty-«f;^-tiw «8"i° 
under the provisions «' * }« ' ^.„^''r^,/ 
Loan Guarantee By-Law. 1902. No. 40A 
"The Sewer Loan Guarantee «>" '^^;' 
190G." No. 456. "The Sewer Loan ^H^r- 
anlee» By-law. 1907." No. 516, ^ t'«..''«J\,- 
er Loan Guarantee By-law. 1908. No. 
557. 'The Sewer Loan Guarantee B>- 
law. 1909," No. 392, and the "hewer Loan 
Guarantee By-law 1909. (N' ■^> ^''■ 
610. _. 

AND WHKRKAS. the moneys '"ten- 
ded to be. borrowed pursuant to this «>- 
law will be prlnwxillt ..charged f^"^ ^^- 



of August. 1910. that the polls will b< 
kept open between the hours of 9 <> clock 
a.m. and 7 o'clock p.m., and that Mr. v\ . 
W. Northcott has been appointed the 
lieturnlng Offlcer of the said vote. 
1: W (IRADLEY; 

ActljiK C.M.C. 
City Clerk's Office, 

Vliit«*j«. B.C.. Aug. 17th. 1910. 



A BY-LAW 



TO Authorize the Uie of Corporate Lands 

at Spring- Ridge for School PurpoBes _ ^,....,,.^^ ^ 

WHKRKAS on tlie application of the inially the sum of »2.O00. ai 
Boai-d of School 'Trustees the Counc I payment off of the debt at 
law will De priTOtixtiU! ..Vi""";" ""T..*-,.. puaia or scnooi ^' '"''"", cornorate i..!-.. =i,oii Vi« rnlspd annuall 
niirprt iiiion tl-P frontage rents or taxes | i,ave resolved to giant the corpuia^ic 
cured upon the rro"t*Kr...'...,. „„„p«„..d i(inds at Spring Ridge hereunder de- 
scribed, al.so a sum of $13,000 In aid of 



and sewer connection rentals, assessed 
2nd levied and to be collected annualb 
under the authority of the saUT f^evvei 
By-law, 1»02." now unoncumherea, 
amounting to $2,481.10; 

AND WHERKAS, the amount re- 

quired to he collected annually rroin ^^j„„„, ,.„„ ^„, ..,„ _, 

the said frontage rents or taxes and . pf,„^ „f „„m i^-orks to bo raised with the 
sewer connection rentals to Pa/ ''|^^•:^,^lMschool rate for the yea.rs 1910, 1 9^1 and 
pon the said aggregate debt of $4!'.).0')iU-,t,i2 as may be called for by the prog- 



the purchase for the School Board or 
abuttiajfOaiula-jaieJvamle to be used as 
and for a High School Site, also ,to do 
certain works to make the site siiltable, 
said sum of %Viiiim to be raised with the 
school rate for the year 1910, and the 



pon the saia aggregate uem y- •' •.•■•, '"^^ •? A" • "", *- 
and to repay the -said debts by sinkl ngt'ress of the works. 
'J' ","..'. ,:^ ;.,• „ tu «"M 047. and Tl.« Miinlclmil { 



funds within llfty years is $^.!,04i. and 
the amount to be collected to pay the 
interest upon the said additional sum of 
$50,000 Is $2,000. and to repay the addl- 
llonal debt by sinking fund Is $3.S 
making together the aggregate surn or 
$25.,!75, and having regard to addlttoni» 
since January Ist. 1910, esUmuted at 
$500. It Is estimated that th,«Te->vlU not 
be any detlclency: ^, .„ 

AND WHEREAS, It Is proposed to 
borrow the said sum of $50,000 upon de- 
bentures as hereliiafter appearing: 

AND WHEREAS, hy the snid teftlted 
By-law, No. 400, the said frontage rents 
or taxes and sewer connection rentals 
when received arc directed to be carried 
to a joint fund, entitled •'The bewer 
Rental and Sewer Tax Fund." and are 



3 It shall be lawful for the Mayor 01 uentai ana nr^ei lu,* . ■ "••■• - - 

the Corporation of the City of Victoria to be expended '" :«]>• "^*"ft''" °f, •JJ',^ 
:. ..^.._i_. ..„ .1.^ /.^«/iit nf thB BR d U.o«.«ro<y.> .RVHtfim of th* clty. and- tne 



■their 



f.,-— Mt (>•.■• rhead apparatus and 

, s find wires, provided 

,, i en^emcTLts .shall have 

l", 1,1 1 nil or before the 1st day 

<,. A. P. 1912. still rendering. to 

.,jl .^ ;;u-.-.; iif the Company a satis- 
factory S' ' 

3. For ■ 
shall have 'ouilicn iiy to 
find CN'orv- r"ad„ street. 



and 



n 1 . ' i ■ 
v; ■ : 

fit ■ vi-hat 
ivirtleuj.'i. 



v.- 1 1:1: :•.'.■ 
Iv as pi 
e n ce t o 
■ind all 
.-fnred '■' 



Company 

enter upon all 

alley, or thor- 

- i and Fort 

lid Cook 

n Douglas 

. to dig 'UP the 

subiect. however, to. 

.inv shall first obtain, the 

lion of the City Engineer. 

. ..,.1., ,...<Mf,.rlty to direct 

and' at what 

] , road, street. 

iiley''ot-""iie:'r''iumifHre >lml.l be, dug i>p. 

p.,,-)"!,, xvhnt order 33 to time aniohg the 

■ IS,: ' . .^ .' ■■ ,- 

•; however* that the said 

• I---1 -■•■•» «is *Xpedltlou8- 

ttle ineonvenl- 
i !• as possible, 

or .'Streets re- 
name condition 
the vv.>rK or. repair was.com- 

.•■■«'-'■"'. '. ■ ■ ■'■, ■■' 

I 1 1 e Compnn y ~ a*1"«*)* . ♦^o • pt^vWe-. 

t and ninlntnln all -penuisite bar- 

fenees .Tnd other proper protection 

10 iiroviile. 1;e*>n and nialnlain such 

,.i,™,if, „„,! iiK.lifs with .red globes as 

■ '■ ■ '',,.f,(i 

■ ire 

., •i\ ■ . en- 

iir works, and 

ibie in' the <"lty 

to Keea niiy roadway 

the u?<e?of- the iMibllc, 

... / 'it . (.",> t- irieri- ina V 

f ' . , i.rn- 

N'O 

her nrovier no- 

cnusffl to ho 

-■■■ ftrder.ln 



MIC ■ \,Wi JMIi (H IWH ,.l 1,.... ^-.^,, •■- ■ '-- ., 

to borrow upo n tlip c redit of the said 
Corporation, by way of the debentures 
her-.dn after* mentioned, fi-om any per- 
son or .persons or body or bodies corpor- 
ate. who_piay be willing to advance the 
same a.s'a loan, a sum of money not ex- 
ceeding in the whole the sum of X>ne 
Kundred thousa nd dollars (1100.000:00)' 
currency, or stet^ITng money, at tlve rate 
of 4.86 2-3 dollars to the one pound 

so 

hands of the Treasurer of the said Cor- 
P«M:Atlon for the purposes and with the 
object hereinbefore" recited. 

4. It shall be lawful for the said 
Mavor to cause any nutnber of deben- 
ttires to he made, executed and Issued 
fdr the Slim of One hundred thousand 
dollars ($100,000.00). either In currency 
or sterling money (at the rale afore- 
said), each of the, said debentures being 
of the amount of One thousand dollars 
($1,000.00) or Us sterling equivalent (at 
the rate aforesaid) and all such deben- 
tures shall be sealed with the seal of 
the .«ald Corporation and signed by the 
Mayor thereof. 

It shall also be la-wful for the «nld 
Mayor In his discretion alternatively to 
cause ^he said debentures to be made, 
executed and Issued for an .amount of 
£100 sterling, and one, If necessary, fdr 
a lr«s sum In sterling money to com- 



sewerago system of the city, and- the 
construction and mklntenance of the 
same. Iind In maklTig provision for and 
the payment of principal. Interest and 
sinking funds where moneys are bor- 
rtowed on the sccurilj' "f the sairie, and 
in such manner and at swch time or 
times as the' Municipal Council ahall 



'Ss 01 tne \vur»». ^ — -^ 

The Municipal CouncH of^^a Gorpor- 
atlon of the City of Victoria enacts as 
follows: ^ . « .1 »„ 

1. It shall be lawful for the Council to 
use the corporate lands, hereinafter ae- 
scrlbed for school pvlrposes-, 

■ DeBcrlptlon of Iiandii 
Sections fony-eight (48) and forty-. 

""irot^lighteen (18) Of SwUon Fifty- 
thfee (53). Map 20?. _, 

Lots "C", "D", "E", "F", of Section fif- 
ty-seven (67). Map 123; 

Prtrt one hundred and fifty-five (1 SB) 
feet bv forty-four (44) teet^pf. Section 
FIftv-elght (58). Jn a square block In the 
Southwest comer thereof; 

Lots "A". "B". ■;;> . I? i,7 • "* ^**= 

tlon Sixty-four (64). Map 123; _ 

South half (%) of Section Sixty-five 

^®Pa'rt'one hundred "hfl f'/tv-**^* ^\l\l 
feet by elghty^ivlBht (8.S> feet of ^^r*^ 
half r%) of Section SUty-fU^e (65). 
■south half (V4) of section Fifty-four 
(541. except that part thereof conveyed 
bv Maria Ooodncre to George Stelly bi 
deed dated the 14th .March. 1895; 

All Ifl spring Ridge. Vlctprla C^;. and 



the said debentures at-tk_rale, below par. 
and to authorl/.e the Treasurer^ to pay 
out of the sums M" raised by the sale or 
IhP said debentures, all expenses con- 
nected wMlh the preparation and engrav- 
ing or lithographing of the debentures 
and coiipotre, (jr any dlscmmt or com- 
mlssiiui or other charges Incidental to 
the sale of the said debentures. 

7. If deemed advisable by the„Ma>or 
there shall. In the said debentures, hti 
reserved to the Corporation the /Ifht 
upon any future consolidation of tne 
debenture indebtedness of the City to 
substrtutp debentures of such con.sollda- 
tlon secured upori the credit of the City 
generally. Such consolidated deben- 
tures shall contain the like covenants, 
conditions and restrictions as are con- 
tained in the debenture.-?. Issued In pur- 
suance of this By-law. and in each de- 
benture Issued hereunder a -riause con- 
ditioned _£ai:. such substitution may be 
inserted. ^■ .-.^ , 

8. For the jpurpose Of raising annually 
the required sunvj'or tlie payment of the 
Interest on the said debentures during 
their currency, there shall be raised an- 

- • " nd. for the 

^^, ....... -.- -- maturity 

there shall be ral.sed annually the sum 
of $1 200.60, and both sums shall be 
raised annually by a rate sufficient 
therefor 'TJflTSTT-'t'Uteable land and im- 
provements or real property In the City 
of Victoria durli»K--tlie continuance of 
the said debentures, or Any of them. 

9. this By-law shall, before the nnal 
passing thereof, receive the assent of 
the electors of the said Corporation In 
the manner provided for in the Munici- 
pal Clauses Act, and shall take effect on 
the day after the hnal passing Ihereol. 

10. This By-law may M cited as tne 
•'$50-000-Sehool Loan By-law. IfiflO. - 

Passed the Municipal CoitncU on the 
15th day of August. 1910. 

TAKE NOTICK that the above Is a 
true copy of the proposed By-law, ui>on 
which the vote of the Municipality will be 



for the purpose of creating the sinking 
fund aforesaid for the payment off oi 
the debt at maturity tluTt: shall I.e 
raised annually the sum of $4;tl.:;r> and 
hoth said sums shall he raised annuall> 
l,v a rate suff^leiit therefor on all rMe-- 
uie i,i,ijo. laiile land and improvements or real 
:/^Hpose^f property in the city of Vh; -'rU durh^ 



the continuance of" the, said debentures 

or anv of them. 

9 This bylaw shall before the final 
passing thereof receive the assent of 



the electors of the said corporation In 
the manner provided for In the Municl- 
nal Clauses Act, and shall take effect 
on the fifth day after the (Inal passing 

10 This bylaw may lie clted_ as the 
Dallas Uoad l-\>reshnre Hyla^w. 1910, 

PassL-d the Municipal Council on the 
lath day of August. 1910. 

TAKE NOTICE that the above Ml a 
true copy of the proposed bylaw upon 
which the vote of the municipality will 
i,e taken at the building known as 
iNumhers 1417 and 1419 (Mr. Meston's 
huUdlngj Broad street, on Monday, the 
■"Uii day of August. 1910. that the polls 
will he kept open between the hours of 
9 o'clock a. m. and 7 o'clock p. m.. and 
that Mr W. W. Northcott ha» been ap- 
pointed the Returning Officer of the 
said v«te. E. W. BRADLEY. 

Acting C. M. C. 
City Clerk's Office, Victoria. B. C, 
August 17th. 1910. ^ 

A BYLAW 



To raise 815,000.00 for the Erection of 

an Isolation Ho»pital. 

Whereas the Council of the (.Torpora- 
tlnn of the City of Victoria have .decided.. 
that It Is necessary to reihodel and mod- 
ernlze the -present Isolation HoRpita^ 
and to erect certain other 'buildings in 
connection therewith; 

AND, WHEREAS, It Is estimated that 
the said worka will cost $20.00(5.00 of 
which the city, by this bylaw, prov des 
$15,000.00, and of which the Province. 
of British Columbia will provide $u.O00. 





which the vote of the Municipality wu. oe . AND. WHEREAS, the^whole rateable 
taker^ at the building known as Numbers hand and improvements «' /«f ' P';?^;':^^ 
laivrii H.I LI... ,„_",..„„,„„•„ R„iifHniri. r.f .ho unid (!orDoratlon of the city or 



1417 and 1419 (Mr. Mestons BuUdliig) 
Broad Street, oni Monday, the 29th day 
of August, 1910, that the polls will be 
keDt open between the hours of 9 a.rn. 
and 7 p.m., and that .Mr. W.- W,-Korth. 
cott has been appointed - the Returning 
Officer of. the said vote 

' E. XV. UU-XPLKY. 

Acting C.M.C. 
city Clerk's Office, ^ 

Victoria. B.C.. Aug ITtli, 1910. 



the title the City shall lxaveln_the «n:.^„4^.Fjiftg^„and-ta..ca;uae.jai such sums n 
iTeT<; i 'Ou n tf-s >slem to be e pmpi e t (ia ugdy raised or received to be paid Into th 

this agreem*>«.t!~«;~ -— ' tmnrln nf.tho Treasurer of the said Cor 

12. If at any tltne the CompanK==:»-^ 

fjtid It necessary to excavate, open up. 
reconstruct, alter, maintain, or repair all 
or anv of the .siild conduits, or to affect 
anv repairs to any ofHhe fixtures or ap- 
paratus used In connection wltH'the said 
system the company shall have the 
power: In so far as the City are author- 
Ijtedto give the same, lo enter upon and 
do .said work; and If necessary, shall for 
such purpose have, upon obtaining per- 
ml.sslon from the City Engineer power to 
block or divert the vehicular or passen- 
ger traffic temporarily as may be sanc- 
tioned by such permit: ' 

■ PROVIOED. however, that th« '"OtK 

shall be carried out as expeditiously and 

with as little Inconvenience to ^he public 

traffic as possible, and the streets, , or 

street restored or replaced In the same 

condition as before the work or repair ^ ^^^ ^,, .,_ ^ ... 

commenced. ... I plete the authorized issue. 

13. The Company underUkea, when re- 1 g rffie snld debentures shall bear date 

quested so to do In '"writing, to alter or 'tim 2lHt day of January. A. V 1911. 

change, at Its own expense, the Iwatlon I j ^^^^^^ ^^^ ,^j,^p payable In f If tj.- years 

of any conduit, cable,- wire or other appil- j.^yjj^ said date, at siich place or places 

ance constructed or affixed to the in- .^,1^^, j^ ^^^ Dominion of Canada. Grei^t 

ierlor of any of the blocks Poi'^uant to ^^|j^,^^j. ^j^^ United States of America. 

the provisions of this agreement, and rij- ,„ ^,,p discretion of the Mayor be 

plade the sanw In some other convenient I .. ^ . . ._ , -^-,, . -» 



.Inips as the Municipal council anau ah m npruin i>.im»<:-. J '■^"., " V" ~,,ai;i hv 

feet to e.uch provision: 

THEREFORE, the Municipal Council 
of the Corporation of the^ City of Vic- 



A BY-LAW 

To Batse $75,000.00 for the Protootion of 
the Poreshor* of DaUa» ^oad 



torla enacts as follows:—^ 

1 The moneys raised under thiB By- 

law shall be expended in the construe- portltjn 01 m.^ »,".-. ",•.•-".;"„,; th.. unM 

ttmt.pf sewers and for the purpose gen- years of the recited works tipon the^pajd 



^^^...T^,^.,^ , WHERI-lAS the Council ol the t^oippr- 

the (V^ioration, for .school P^'Pos*":, ' „ atlon of the. City of VU lona have decided 
I The said sum Of ns.OOP shall be. t,,^^ m, necessary to eieit.a Permanent 
paid out Of corporate moneys and raised protection against t bj.' ai ■ 1; ui ."fthe Bca 
with the^-fwiwoL-rMf^ for the year 1910 ^^j, ^he foresln/re beneailTl t.-ailffSr-l.oaa. 
r ■;". 1 .: i„„„„ iw.rr>in fi>ftt<»d and i.here I .,.^„„{na^ ..i ,. mmii aiuiro; 

sha 
In 



of the said Corporation of the City or 
Victoria according to'- live last, revised 
assessment roll for the Yenr IflltW-waa 
$32,089,937.00'. 

AND WHEREAS, the total amount 
required to be raised ahnuaily by rate 
for the paying of the debt which will 
be created hereunder and the Interest 
thereon, and for creating an annual 
sinking fund for__the payment off or 
the said debt within twenty-five years, 
according to law, is. $960.16. 

AND, WHEREAS, this bylfliv may 

not be altered or repealed except with 

the consent, Of the Lleutenant-Govemor- 

iin-Council; . . . _ ,, 

THEREFORE, the Municipal Council 
of tlj e ('orno ratlon of the City of Mc- 
torla enacts as follows: 

1. It shall be lawful for the Mayor of 
the t'tvrporatiau,.of the t-Mty of X-* ^! m ■ 
tn bo rrow upon the credit of the «aia 
Corpora fton by the way of the deben- 
tures hereinafter mentioned, from any 
nerson or persons; or body or bodies cor- 
porate, who may be willing to advance 
TliV-samc as a loan, a sum p^fjnoney not 



.And 



position in sdld block or "">' "/ th«m 
whenever or so often as such altera ti.on 
and replacing is made nece.ssary by reas- 
on of the construction of a new building, 
rebuilding or the aUeratlon or extensiott 
of an'v build.njt in said block or t^ny of 
thPfri. and so that the Company will at all 
tltnes dS and execute «11 L'''"^''^?^'"*: I^ ^i'" 



art iiiuj 111 LinT ui.-^.- , .>«..".. -• . '■-" - - — .- 

designated thereon, and shall have at 
tached to .them coupons for the payment 
of Interest, and the signatures to the In- 
terest coupons may he either written, 
stamped, printed Or llthogrijphed. 

6. The said debentures *ihall bear In- 
terest at the rate of four per cent, per 
annum from the date thereof, which In 



t' 






limes do and «ecute al l^.ecessary w r^^^^^ terest shall he payable half-yearly on 

matters and things which nev>condtlons ^^ January and the 21sb day 

rn real property affected '"^> , ^t.'lh' of Tulv during the currency- of the de- 

AVD in default 'the City shall have the P.t_.iu_i\^_^i.o^ j^^^^ ^^_^,^^ or.nlaces either 



linlon. 
.'1 for 



•rijH)K«>r01IKA' 
fU'r-- which th' 






.. '( •ill i;i my 
! V- .-ii.l ..^.-ive 
.1 from all 
• I son hf anv 
ne or jjtmltle 



mod- 
'H torn 
' re- 
, !ien 
i I the < lom- 
:!■ ofponfo a 
,.,,,.,,.., ,. , .. ic or other 

and efflclenl ligUts t" mnble 
(., 1,,. iil-.iio in nil "frtclent and 
•.»» City En- 
tn order ad- 
...1 at the ,fom- 
City Engineer's 
1 ,' leqnlred : and 
liPi-ei -■ to Indem- 

l>nv.,. said City of 

1 i-r dnmapre liy 

•I , r.. cniifle nr thing 

line by the Com- 
niibllc 



A-xt> m iieiauii low *-'i^.* ""• -' 

rltfht to apply ir, the Court for appropr 
ate relief In said premises nptwlthstand- 
ii g th.at It may suffer no daiinago or ho 
special df«,mage by reason of such' de- 

1 i Fitpftnt BR herein set f ol^h no statu- 

tort- r^^oXtf right of thO City "«• of the 

company shall 'lie 't»"'^^«=J*"". ";[ J irdale 
reason of this agre.emenl.- After the date 
hereof, the Company will "ot In a 5^ 
sireetsAor squares of the City f otn 
which ft has removed, or at any future 
time may remove Its overhead telephone 
Iwirerf and svsrem and snbslltnte a ser- 
i vice ifroin underground conduits In man- 
ner provided In thls%gii*^ment. place any 
p.des for their telephone system; at]'' 
the Cltv shall not at any time hereafter 
allow "a^v' — nrtnihone 'service through 
overhead "wires on poles along, across 
or over an)- such streets or nquare.x. 

I'l The Company further agree that 

I hereafter when the (yty ishnll pass By- 

I [,aw«i for permanent pavements under 

Ithe Local Improvement Clauses of the 

Municipal Clauses Act. which together 



for tbf* protootion <>f ..^nt 



^M^^'P— of rovi- 



form a continuous permanent payement 
hading front the area set out in Para- 
L^'apli No. 2 hereof, and fiirnl.shes the 
Ponihnnv wHh permanent mCajis of ac- 
ross to " and dl.'«tributlon from, suitable, 
poiiitX within the Interior of each block] 



benture.s. sit such place or places either 
in the nominlon. of Canada, Great Brit- 
ain or th^ United States of America.! as 
may bo expressed In the debenture and 
coupon. 

7 If the British Columbia Telcptrone 
comnany. Limited, so request in writing 
before the Issuance of the first series, of 
said debentures, each debenture author- 
Ixed hereunder shall b© marked "Re- 
deenialde at par at the option of the 
City upon giving, six months notice to 
the" holder thereof, such notice expiring 
on anv Intprost day/' and In such cnse 
such debentures shnlT he taken by the 
holder thereof. sub.Iect to the said terms 
of red em pi ion. 

S If deemed advisable by the Mayor 
there shall, in the said debentures, be 
reserved to the Corporation the right 
upon any future ronsnildatlon of the de- 
benture lnd*»htednes.s of the City to sub- 
stitute debentures of sucli eonsolldntlon 
secured upon the credit of the City gen- 
eraily. Stich consolidated debentures 
shall contain the like' covenant.-*, condl- 
tloiis and restrictions as are contained In 
the debentures l.<<Riied In piirsnancA of 
this Bv-T,nW. and In ench debentui-els- 
sned hereunder a clanw rond1tlnned~iV)r 
such substitution may he Inserted; 
9. Durltig the currency of the said de 



erally mentioned- in this By-latw. 
for no other purpose. ^ 

2 It shall be lawful for the Mayor of 
the' Corporation of tlie City of Victoi-ia 
to borrow upon the security, primarily, 
of the said frontage rents or taxes anil 
.sewer connection rentals, and by way of 
guarantee upon the credit of the said 
Corporation liy way of debenttires here- 
inafter mentioned, from any person or 
persons, or bodies corporate, who rtiay 
be willing to advance the same as. a loiin. 
a sum of money npt exceeding In the 
-whole the sum of $50,000 currency or 
sterling money, at the rate Of ^*»^ 
2-3rds dollars to the one pound Sterling, 
and to cause all such sums so raise^J or 
received to be paid into the hands of the 
Treasurer of the said Corporation for 
the purpose and 'with the ohjeet herein- 
before referred to. The said guarantee 
of the city to he contained. In the said 
debentures shall bo In the following 
terms or as near thereto as may be: 

"The payment of the principal moneys 
>a.nd Interest thereon under this deben- 
ture at the respective dates when the 
same fall duo under the terms of this 
debenture. Is hereby guararileed by the 
Corporation of the City of Victoria. 

3, It shall be lawful for the said 
Mayor to cause -any number of deben- 
tures to be (inade. executed and Isbiied 
for wich stims as may be required, not 
exceeding, however, the sum of $50,000 
either in culrency or sterinig mon^y (at 



site and the said moneys so paid shall 
be raised nnnually vvlth the school rate; 
3 Tivis Bv-law sliall before the final 
nas'slne thereof receive the assent of the 
ehTotors of the City entitled to Vote on 

"'T^Thtl'Rv-Taw tn«y for all pnrposeji be 
cited' as the "Spring Ridge Lands Au- 

'^P^'ssed^thl^MunlcIpal Council Ihls-lBth 
dav of August. 1910. 

TAKE NOTICE that thfl *bOve Is^ft 
friio eohv of the proposed By-law. upon 
w fch the vote of t'^e Municipality will be 
tTiken a th** building known as Numbers 
1417 and 1419 (Mr Meston's Building) 
Rroad^treet on Monday, the 29tb day of 
AtigusL 1910 that the polls Wj 1 1 be kept 
ri^^n between the-hours of '9 o'clock a.m. 
andT o'clock 'p. m.. and that Mr W.W. 
Northcott has been.appolnted . .the K«- 
t.irnlne Officer, of the said vote, 
turning uii.ce^. bradLEY. ' ^ 

Acting C. M. C. 
City C1erk'i« Office. Vf^iprla. B. C 
AuKu"at 17th. 1910. I 



A BY-LAW 

To Bfcl«e $50,000 for School Purposes, 

WliFJREAS. the Council of the Cor- 

,>„rQtinn of the City tvf Victoria are re- 

ouIreX ralfiV. the sum of 150.000 gross 

either in currency or KieriiNK ..."..■jji ^•^'' 1 '^""Iv," i"„,,i-„mpnt oT the Board of 

the rale of 4.86 2-3rds dollars to the one 0.1 the t2'i^«'%t^'""\ 



snore, iiioiivo .i,^.,,^ . .--r, ,,,„„,„„,,. 

approximately 1640 f-e.-t to the .Westei 1> 
lindt of where. Lewis street produceil 
would toucli the seashore, protecting the 
said foreshore h>, me.,,,- of a reinforced 
concrete wail on plaus -apiiroved by ihe 
Engineer of the liepartnicnt .of Lands 
and works of the I'n.yince of British 
Columbia and to extend . from a solid 
foundallon at api.roslniately lowest tide 
to the helglit of He- flitifihed roadway on 
pnllas Uoad; 

AND WHEHFiAS it Is estimated that 
the said- worU uvjn cost *10"),t)00 of 
wlilch sum the City ,.rovides by this B>- 
Imw $75,000. and. the Trovince of British 
Columbia has agreed to provide $_o,000. 
AND Wll!-:i<K.SS the wholo ratable 
land and linproveinents or real property 
of the- said'' I'orporaiion^of the City of 
Victoria nccirdlng to the last revised as- 
sessment roll for llu- year 1910, was $..2. 
089,937; 

AND wriEHE V.s Itir total amouiil re 
Quired to hi' -rnrye.r annually by rate for 
the paving of t)ie del. t , which will be 
ireated heieunder and the Interes 
thereo" and for creatine an anriual sin 
Ing fund for tli.> |.a vnrent .off of the Sal ' 
debt within flftv veins, according to hr.- 
Is $a.491.'.'..s, , .r: 

AND WHEUEAS this By-Lflw may 
be altered or repealed except iwllll 

consent -i i - ! .•-utenant-Governor-i!, 



1 Boa*. tne same hu » ."»,,. ~ «-- . _^:^„-.„.t„--. 
^jlvora-enerPT-ilIng in the whole the sum or Jio.- 



000 00 currency, or sterling mopey at 
the rate of 4.86 2-3 dollars to thfe one 
pound sterling, and to cause aH /"c ' 
sums so raised or received to be paid into . 
(he hands of the Treasurer of the said 
l^.rporatiori for -Ih* purposes and with 
the object, hereinbefore recited 

•> It shall be lawful for the said 
Mavor to cause any number of deben- 
Juri-s to be made, executed and Issued 
for .such sums as may be req-ulred. not 
exceeding, however, the. 8^m of $15.- 
*fii,iioo either In currency or sterling 
money (at the rate aforesaid) ..each of 
II, e said debentures being of the amount 
nt »1 000.00 and all suv'h debentures 
viiiui "he 'sealed with the seal of the said 
.v.M-i.orailon and signed by the Mayor. 

' ii'^'hall he lawful for the said. M»yor 

I his discretion to' alternatively caiise 

h of the said debentures to be made, 

executed and lssu.ed for an anvount of 



during, their nipprntii 
Rtruotlnn or repair 
X V, The whoh*; "f 

,,,,.v,.r,.eiod ■- ,"':r*"^"" 

r,.,,<.-il :::f:itio, • :'!' ♦7f- 
.,l.om* liLsiniiu; . ,, :,' Within 

huMdlngs. but IncHKling the property 
,.i..M..i (.Awers and prlv1_l.eH;e*« In the 
,' rlhed area, "and on Fort 

„,' • ween Douglai* and Cook 

at, I • ,,,,. -lined hv the Companv or City 
;,,V,iei r-^^i''->'^b (1) h(5reof, .qhnll from 
Vi-e fo d IV :^^* thf> '-nme are eomnleted 
Sil and become the absolute property of. 
and fr nil purposes vested In the City. 
3 hiect only tei the e^cins!v« rl«rht of 
,,«er hereinafter , nrovlded ; and In like 
'. ^n ,,.i..ri lotions for and nil nd- 

vn'iins to 'i-;5iiy;^5rf£-a!li'.~E-'^t 

' ,' " .' f ,^ , , , .-(g.r g - p nt t I'l f -wtHin-e-TPv- 

'•'l^'rnmnaiiv, and prior to the final nny- 

''.,V thevefor bv ihoCoaipany. shall be- 

'" . ),^ flie [ihsolufe ■.i.r,i„.-u- .-if 

, In the paid C" 

r- -urpose afore • ' Jy 

lit before the HOtli day of 

n ^110. .a by-law to the 

the Cltv entitled to vote upon 

1 ,vr to rnlse the •sum of i-ine 

i„vr '",'',', ,,„^,. ^«.,0(1 OOfJ.001. 

said 
' such 
■i.i 1. i Id (lif» 

lO^•: tVi fifty 

.A P. 



pointif within lb-, ';',7;;\; "[..^-j^^nZny bent, esheVe shall be raised annually' 

- "T?f 'SSB^ 3, ^ r£ IS" (Vi:o^?.^r-;:r ^h^-y^;^^^ 

groutnd tf ephone «y«t^erR suci^^ ^^ ^,,^ ^^,,, debentures, and 

templated '•n'^'' the/"//-'f, ^^^^^^ sum of Six hundred and flfty- 

''"T''.'';\':eh'm' T aWH fTlhr.rnounToHf ve"^^^ ($655.00) for , he purpose of 

under 5"Cr^"j„« "''"f th„ Vni dnUs .-ind creating a sinking fund for the payment 
r,0% of the costs of the mndnlts -i"" . r k ,,p^„h erented. making in all 

tliH laying thereof. _ ?he sum of Four thniisflnd six hundred 
AND the C'omP'tny further c^ovenants '" f.^, v-fIVP-:-rtTmttr!r rt't.ftRTr.on) to be 
immediately. upon rormdellonthe^^^^ ""•'• '-'^'- ..-- .- 



use the snrtis^'ffnd- remove from such 
streets ail their overhead wires, cables, 
and nil their poles, nnd such conduits 
shall i hereafter vM-at In nnd become the 
nrnpertv of the Company, nnd the City 
will execute to the Companv nil grants 
necgasnrv lo vest In the Company the 
same eotuliillS and ariy rights of way or 
'<>»Vm»iw easements used In connection 
Thet-ewlth. and thereafler the Company 
shnll hnve the same rights In respeet of 
'such sirefets or the teleplione sy.<(lem to 
i>e con<'tTUcted therein, as nre conferred 
hv Clnuse n2) hereo-f. In re.ipect of Iho 
streets nnd svstenis. to be constructed 
therein wUhln the snld nrest. 

IR This pgreement shair be binding 
froiri and nft^r the passing of the said 
■By-Law authorising the fralddehentnres. 

17 This Hgrer-hienl »"d everything 
herein contained sliall ref p.-ri l\ elv en- 
ure to 111" li-nerit of. and he binding 
tiiiou. iiie imrtl'-s iinr-to, their succlissoim 
and usdlguS respectively. 



anu lui.v-iiT'- ..^■■■■"•■ ■ -v -.- -. .V, ... 

raised annunllv by special rate ns nfore- 
snid durlTie . . ', of the said fifty (50) 
yenrs. 

10. This Hy inw shall, before the' final 
Jiassing thereof, receive thc_jiRsent of 
The electors of the snid Corporation In 
the manner provided for In the Munlcl- 
PBI Clauses Act, and shall take effect on 
the Fifth day .ififr tie final passing 
thereof. . •■ 

11 'This riyl..iw ma> be cited as the 
UridergroundTeletilione Pv-Lnw. 1310. 

passed the- Mii+vlcloaLXlaimcLll on the 
loth day of AugiJst. 1910. 

"TA"KE NOTICE that 1he above Is a 
true copy of Ihe proposed Ttv-ljnw. np'oi 
which ttie vote of the Munlclpalit y will 
be taken nt the building known as 
Numbers 1417 nnd 1119 (Mr. Me.ston's 
Hulldlngi Brond street, on ■Momiav, the 
I'lth day' nf Angusf. 1910, llmt (he polls 
Ji-lil be kept open between the hours of 
n n'clnek a in. and 7 o'clock p.m., nnd 
Khat Mr. \V. W. Northcott has'bBen ap- 



pound sterling), each of Uie-satd deben- 
tures being of the amount of »1,000 or 
Its sterling equivalent- (at the rate 
aforesaid), and all such debentures shall 
be sealed with the spnl of the said COr- 
poralion and signed hy the Mayor there- 
It shall be lawful for the said Mayor 
in his discretion to alternatively c(».UBe 
enih of the said debentures to be made; 
exrcutcd and issued for an amourit of 
£100 sterling, and one. If necesisary, for 
a less sum -in sti-rllng money to com- 
plete- the autliorl7,ed l«Kue. 
1 4 The said (iebontures shallbear date 
of the day after the final, passing of this 
By-law. nnd shall be payable In fifty 
years from the snid date nt such place, 
nl'ther In the Dominion of Canada. Great 
Hrltaln or the I'nlted States.^frt'=7^ncrlcn. 
as mav be deslgnoted thereon, nnd shall 
hnve attached to them coupons for the 
payment of interest and the, signatures 
of the Interest coupons niay be either 
*rUtcn. stamped, printed or lllho- 

'"'^fi' Tho ' ntures shall beaf In- 

terest at the lai.i of four per cent per 
annum from the date thereof, which In- 
terest shall be payable half-yearly on 
the 21»t day of .lanuary and the 2l8t 
dav of July, at such place, either in the 
Dominion of Canada. Great Britain, or 
the United States of . Amerlea, as tnay 
1 (, eM ' 'u the debenture and cou- 

'"'fi Ii '.....i he lawful for the ^ttld 
Mayor to cause the said debenttirea and 
Interest coupons, either or both, to be 
made pa^**iae at such place, either In 
the Dominion of Canada, ('.real llrltaln. 
or the United States of Amerlcn ■ ' 
may bo desired. • 

7. It shall be lawful for the Ma; 



ffiouncil 
1 rrtitr 



School. Trustees, for the purchase of a 
'site and the erection of a new school with 
School grotinds nt the corner- of Bank 
Street nnd Leighton FtreeLand; for cer- 
tain additions to the school and grounds 
at Victoria West, and for. the Improve- 
ment of lite school site and ferounds at 
KIiiKston street. Including In each case 
the purchase of the .necessary land: 

AND WHERfcAS", the whole rateable 
iJmi and Improvements or real property 
of the said corporation . of the City of 
Vic otin; according tO^ the lost revised 
ftjsesstnent roll for the. yeHf-Tr9l0, was 
$32,089,937: , •— 

AND WHEREAS, the total amount 
required to be raised annua ly by rate 
for paying the debt which wll be eren- 
ted hefetinder and the' Interest thereon. 
Bjid for creating (jn annual sinking fund 
for the p<ivment off -of the .said .debt 
within twenty-fhte years, according to 
law. Is $3,200.60. 

AND WHEREAS. It will require an 
ftnntial rate of .1197 of one .mill .on the 
dollar for paying the net^ debt And In- 

terest: .. ""'■" "'^~ 

AND •wmERRAS, this By-law may 
not ibe altered or repealed except with 
consent of th6 LleutKuiant-CJovernordhtv: 
(louncll: 



THEKF.ri ilti; iliP Munl,elp«l Com ;i' 

of the forporalton of the City Of Vlcle.' : ' 

•""r'n ^nl'i''J-"'lawful f>>r the Mayor, of 
the ("rporatlon of M"" ^tV^/ Victor I. -, 
to borrow upon the credit of the su-l 
Corpora'tlon bv wi^v •"'f, the debent 



hereinafter 
or' p'ersons, 



itloAed. from any pel -on' j terest at 



uoo sterling, and one it nece-ssary f^r 
^ l,.s„ \sum in sterling money to com- 
... te the authorized (ssue. 

1 Th; said debentures shall bear 

lit'e of 'the ilBV after the final passing 

.. thfs bylaw, and shall be made pay - 

,, in twentv-llve years from said dat", 

such place" either In the Pomlnlot} of 

,nada fJreat Britain or the United 

Stati>s i.r America, as may be designated 

hereon, .and shall have attached to 

u„„n coupons for the payinent-^-In- 

,.Vest n..,d the '"K"?"'.':^'',h!V' trUten 
,.s» eounons may be either written, 
stamped printed, lithographed or en- 
^'inveil - . . 

4. n;ii,. said d.ebentures shall bear 1n- 



the 



rate of four per^ cent, per 
tile date thereof, whidn 



.,^ r,"«r«ons or hoilv or bodies corpor.iie. , „„„|,ni trom iiie •'"•' •;•,#;.-», 1.. «« 
Jhotrnv he lining to advance the sinie ,nt,,,-est shall.be psvable - hnlf-yenrij on 
who tua\ I" " mi< I . 1- '... ..la. "rlay of .lanuary *nd 21st ilay 



. 'ir- 
:.. of 
: ling. 
. i or 
if trie 
1 for 

'Cln- 



JlJllUll. 

THEREF0Rt5', the Municipal Council 
of the Corporation of the City of Vic- 
toria enacts us follow,s:— • 
~ 1 It shall be lawful for the May.or of 
the Corporation of the City of Victoria 
to borrow upon the credit of the^sald 
("orhorntlon hv way of the debentures 
hereinafter mentioned, from any pefson 
I.r nersons or body or bodies corporate, 
ho mav be wUiIng to advauce the same 
• 3L lonn a suni of money not exceeding 



ha n loan a ( urn of money not ev 
rng In tbe whole (he s,ui,,.c>f. $75,000 
rencv or' sterling money, af the ra 
A SB ''-S doitars to (he one pound Ste 
and to -en 11, se all pucll sums SO ral' 
received to l- paid. Into the hands • 
Trensurer of Hy . said (^ornorBthe 
the purposes nnd with tne o 
before recited 

2 If shall ''"'»"''""' 'I"'**!'" ^'"" ''"'ri 
♦ o eniise liiiv number of debentures ... be 
made executed and Issued for Sue li sums 
n« mav he rei|uired, not eXCeedlriK how- 
ler the sum oK$75,000. ether in cur- 
^„!^',rnr sterling money (at. the rate 
rf^resahl) each of the sflfd aehmtures 
hlVneof 1).^ amount of $1,000. and all 
such debentures shall be sealed with the 
sen of the sjild Corporation and signed 
bv the'Mavor thereof. 

" "it shall he lawful fo r the. .lit Id yfn\'W 
,„ hi" dl.«K±.etlon to^afrcrtafidv cause 
l^TTfff-+h^snld' debentures to he mhde, 
e^cuted and Issued for an amount of 
n 00 sterling, and one If necessary for 
B less sum in sterling mon^v ,„ cam- 
tt^ibe nuthorlzed Issue 

, Thesald debentures shall .r date 
of the fifth dny hfter the Ann 1 pnssing 



,. ,L rMi.v.i 1... ......_. .^. .-- . I :'„' ?i'^L'ho7e''the sViin'oi" $'»(), 000 gross or lltho 

the said cnrporatlmi to dispose ot tlie In the wm^^^^^ ^^ ^^^ ^^^^ ^^ ^ J^^_^J,^^J^^__^^ 

■" ""' ** — ** *■ SLtlllliift ._ .,.,_. ...,.,,.-,,1 »»A*.ll»,n. n„ 



sold debentures at n rate lielow par. nnd 
to authorl7.e the Treasurer to pay out 
of tlTe sums Htt raised by the sale of the 
snid debentures, nil expenses connected 
with the preparntlon arid lithographing 
of llie debentures and cotipo/is, or any 
discount or commission or other charges 
incidental to the .sale of the -old delien- 
lures. 

8 Ho muidl of the lie ■ 

for and received by the City 'Iria.surcr 
under the provisions of the said "Sewer 
IlY-Law 1902" (No. 4000. as shall after 
eomiilvliig with the directions contained 
In Ihe Httld "Sewer Loan Guarantee By- 
itm l')02," No. 402. the "Sewer Loan 
Gus'rantee Ily-lnw 190.-,," No. 456, the 
"Sewer Loan Guarantee By-law, 190,, 



dollars to the one pound sterling;, and 
to cause nil such .-lums.ho raised pr re- 
ceived to be paid Into the hnnds of the 



Treasurer of th. 
the purposes an- 
inbefore recited. 



ration for 
ii.|ect herc- 



2. It shall be 
Mayor to cnu.se 



iiiwtui^ r 
any nu'nili 



ill. i-.ild 

^. of delien- 

' uros " to he made, executed and Issued 
for such sums as may I'o required, not 
exceeding, however.- the sum of $W),000. 
either In currency or sterling money at 
the rate aforesaid), each of the said de- 
bentures being of Ihe amount of $1,000 
and ntl -"uch debentures .shall he .seai"d 
with the seal of the said Corpiuation 
and alened by the Mnyor thereof. 



^V Ihls Bv-law, and shall be made pay 
2ble In fifty veitrs from date at such 
*! -. iitbe- In the Domlhlofl of I'nnada, 
Fir^at Brltnln or the United .-tntes of 
America as may he designat- d thereon, 
^nTshnll hnve nttfl<^ied to them cou- 
^^^« for the payment of tnlerost. and 
Tw siei^atures of the intere-d coupons 
'.i'a'v be Atiu^ written, *t4m,.ed, printed, 
lithographed or engraved. 

/EhB. aa id dcbeniures «hnil hear I n- 
t»re«t^^the rate of four percent per 
ant'um from the date thereof, which In- 
n^r shall be payable hnlf;yearly on 
M,« oiat dav of .lanuary and '.Mst day of 
TUy at s^i'ch place, either in the Pp- 
in nion of Ohada, Great B wain, or the 
i" d ed States of America, „ . may he ex- 
pressed. In lb- debenture, 

5. -It shal! ■''•■'^;'\ 

Mayor to ca ' ■' • 

Interest coiipims. euiiei .. 
mRde-i pay'h-mo'ftr-Suint^Dr 
the Dominion "f f npadn, 
or the Uriited S(«l«!8 '«if 
may be desired. '' 

ti. It Htuill be lawful tei' 



11 d coupons. 

r the snid 

ntures and 

lOth, to be 

I -. ' eTtTr»-r'"-in- 

r.-nt Britain, 

,\niert<a. as 



thl> 2 1 81 -day "of .lanuary *nil 21st ilay 
of luly nt such plHce. either In the Do: 
mltU.n oV (-ntrnda, C.reat Britain, or the 
•Unliel Ktates of America, as may be 
irviM-essed In the debentures and coupon. 
5 It shall he lawful for the said 
Mayor ^ cause the said debentures and 
mteresl coupons, either or both to be 
l, ..le r.av''able at such place, either tn 
^,'" ,0 nlnlon of Canada Great Britain 
or the i-nlted States ot America, as may 

'^''6''u"s'^hnll be lawful for the Mayor 
of the said Corporation to dispose 0,f 
thft said debeiitores at a rate below par, 
Btul <o authorii'.e the Treasurer to pay 
o t of the -sums so raised by the sale 
of Ihe s aid deben ttires all expenses Con- 
nected • with, fhe-prrnraratlon and en- 
irrnying or, lithographing of the deben. 
Uireft and cot,pons, or any discount or 
con'.mlsslon or other chargers Incidental 
to the sale of the said debentures. 

1 If deemeij advisable by the Mayor 

there shall. In the said debentures be 

"served to the Corporation the right 

upon and futtire corisolldallon of the 

ebentures indebtednasu- of the city to ■ 
substitute debentures of such consolida- 
tion secured tipon the credlt_of the city 
generally. Such eo^ns^lldatlon deben- 
tures shall contain the like covenant-", 
conditions and restrictions as are con- 
tained In .«he debentures Issued In pur-, 
suance of this bylaw and in each de- 
benture Issued hereunder a clause con-, 
ditloned for such substitution may ■ be 
Inserted. 

8 For the purpose ,of raising nnnu- 
nilv the required sum for the payment 
of the interest on the sal* dehemttres 
during their currency, there shall ,bo 
raised annually IM su'm of $600,00. ai^d 
for the purpose of creating the dnk- 
intr fund aforesaid for the payment off 
or the debt at niati.rlty there shall be 
raised annually the sum of $360.15, and 
both said snms shall b» rnlaod annually 
bv a rale sufficient therefor on ftll 
rateable land and Improvements or real 
iroicrty Ih the city Of Victoria diiring 
"Uie "continuance of the said del>«tHurca 
or any of them. 

9 This bylaw shall before the final 



the M 



the said Corporation- t(f dispose 



avor of pasfllncf thor«of receive th.* sss^nt of 
of the; the electors of the Bald Corporation Hi, 



^:.rh'l,-'ffiH«>f,^,ri'J,;r'ft' 



V' - 



Tu»«i«y, Augurt 23. 1910. 



7 



VICTORIA DAILY CO 



^ONIST 



19 



the 



the manner provided for In l!ie M""'' '; 
pal tMaiisps Aol, and --ihall urfvf erfecl 
on the. day afti-r the Unal paswlnK 
thereof. , , ,, 

10. This bylaw may be <itei,l as lue 
Isjolatloii l-loMpllal Hylaw. m I "• ■ 

Paaaed tiio Munlctvml ComuMl on 
J .Mil day of AuKU.st. Htlii. 

TAKK NOTICK lluit lli.^ iihove is a 
true copy of the- propo-soa ''.>'":";• /"J^?,',' 
which the vote of tlie MunhMpiiHl> wl H 
he taken at the hulUIInK kmnvn ivs -Nu - 
berN U17 and UUt (Mr. W<sU.n « huld- 
In^i riroad f.treet. on Monday, llie ,rJth 
day of AiiKO.M. Iflin. tha,t rhf-poUs nsIU 
lie kfipt open between the hour.s ol ■>. 
■ o'clock n. in. and 7 o'clock p. ni., and 
that Mr. W. W. Nonhcotl hii< h'-e" P'l- 
polntPd.the Uel\iriilnK Ofii'-T or , tne 

said. vote. , , ... 

K. W. iniW ■1.1.'' 

' city Clerk'ss (ifflce, VI<-ioi;.(. /t ''. 
August' 17th. i;uo. / 



.said niunlclpalUv. on .M-mday, the -Hth 
day of AuKOHi. I'.'IU. f^'Otn '■> a- !»■ to 7 
p. "m., and to record their votes for or 
UKahiKt the paHMape of the Ihulerground 
•reh-phone Hv-l.aw, I'.dO; Sewer Loan 
I'liiar.Kilee Hy-baw, lUHl; Spring KUIko 
Lam+S" A-nlif.>rl(v Ky-b«WT |i'o> iniO School 
Ldhii l*--l.aw. i;ilU; Dalian Uoiid Kure,- 
Khore /iy-l,aw, HilO; iaolailon - HospUal 
Bylaw; I'.IUI; Puljllc Convenience Loan 
Hylnw IfKi; u: copy of which by-laWM are 
puhll.sh..il In the Victoria Hally Colonlnt, 
and coTth'S whereof are posted. np at the 
(Mly Hall and In each ward and at the 
potlii'iK' place. 

■-'■ -And lake ■tn>t.te«?"t-lti!l^-t-h*.l)ylow.s Will 
not he valid or of any effect unless the 
vole polled In fj)ivoi- thereof be at least 
three-ilfth-s of the vote polled. 

(liven und^r my hand at N'lctorla. 
Hrlli.sh Columbia,, IhiK 17th d.iy of Au- 
i-tutt, I'jin, 

\\ ,\l \\ \i ilM' 1 I' ■' 'I"!' 
; Urt .11 lllr.^; iiltli-cr. 



ROYAL REALTY COMPANY 

Krai "FrI ale. InMiruncf Hiiil Hii«r«'lHl AKfndt 

< un> »•> mircr :in(l Sip|iir.\ rulille 
riMino ri.'WI 01.5 Tori HIreel 

HKtiT UluSiVmKCKB, OAIC 



\7-U-TORlA 

V Bay.. 



A BY-LAW 



To mail* $80,000 for the Erection of 
th« Pnblio ConvenlencB. 

WHKRKA.^. th" ''.iMn.-ll of tlie Cori^o- 
ration of the Cn > ..I \ iciorla ha,v.<?. «?- 
olded that it \» n.ces.sary '" ''''^i Vi,^ 
I'ubllc Convenience upon properly ot tne 
Corporation situated on the west slOe oi 
Government atreet. Houth of the pos-t- 
offlce and north of the Causeway. 

ANl'. WIll'JKKAS. tlie w'nrth: 



rateable 



Municipal Notice 

Municipal Bye-Electron, 1910 



IT lil.h • 

li:.. 1:1 .1., 
CM , ,.' 

piese'nci 



I'l'h T 



^$8350 

! 14750- 
i$3150 



^"^■^_P1V.JS ROO.MISU Nl'JW bL'NOA- 
low, $500 caih, (381/- 



< 1 MM. I 

iJlGllT 



,«i. (330.) 
fimJMKD ,11' 



Horsto 



i 1 iioic 



FIKIHT HOOMSU llUC 
.,ea8h. i.72Tjr^ 

-SKVKN ROOM i: I) 1l"t 
ea»h, (71>. t 



CAREFULLY 
FULFILLING 
QUICKLY 
DESPATCHING 

—AND— 

FURNISHING 
THE QUALITIES 



TENDERS WANTED 

British 



CO- 



-SIX 
lis I 



HOO.VIF.D 
quotation. 



JIOL'SE. 'GIVI-: 
CSS,) 



Court 
aforr 
day 
p. 



i; 



in 



liie 
the 
Mth 
• 1 o 
n a 



AN1>. WIll'JKKA^. ti.e u-mMT.^ ra^' ;■;';;, p ,.r).,on to repres ent them In the Muni- 
land and improvements oi real I".',' ', ' \^ cipal Council a.s Alderman for Ward 
of the ("aid Corporation d the '"> "' No. '> t„ flU Uie vacancy cnu.sed by the 
Victoria according tu Uu- 'a»\,,''; ' ';,, " re.slKnation of Mr. Win. Henry Russell 
a.sscsHrnent roll for the year li'lH, .av a.** n„,„i,^,. ^ 



AND WtrKRKAS. the tota:i amount 
reciulred to be i.ilsed ;!nnually by rate 
for the payiuK "f Hi' cif'bt which will 
be created hereunder and the Interest 
thereon, and for creating' an ^ «"""'"' 
finkinff fund for the payment off of the 



Tile-- mode of nomination of candl^ ■ 
dalen Khali 'i>e 88 follow.s: 

The candidates slrErtl- be. nominated In 
writing, the wrlllns .shall he subscribed 
by two voters -o* ...-the inunicipallt.v; atf 
propo.ser and" seconder, and shall be de- 
livered to the RctiirninK Officer at any 




Council. ... _ ,, 

THKRItFORK., the Municipal ^Council 
of the Corporation of the City of^Vic- 
torla enacl.s as follows: 

1. It shall be lawful for the Mayor or 

the Corporation of the City of Victor a. 

to borrow upon the credit of the said 

. Corporatio n bv way of tlio debentures 

b.erelnafter mentioned, from any Person 

,.r persons, or body or bodies corpora-ter 

V e,, n,nv be wiUinK to advance the ."ame 

1 an a sum of money not excecd- 

: _ I he wliole the,«um of »20,000 eur- 

(ir HlerlitiK money at tlve rate- of 

rds doUar.s to the one pound 

ling, and to cause all such, sums so 



HiNKSON SIDDALL & SON 

p. p. Box 1/7 New Gran<l, T!:u»li« BullJluf 
ACRES WITH MCE U'ATERKRONT 



] \:ivc ^ivi'ii 11 

pacit_\- will re! 

-]H*rlv at ten i i 

all I'l mir.ii '■ 'i 

.1 ! N^ ' ■ ' 
IU'^> \"- " 
•M\-C 11- .1 



■,l. 



linlinii! '■' 

\\ V Ictll pill 

1 1 ' ' ■. lie. wan I.-. < -i 
. 1 - nd Builders. 
< lit (Ibne busi- 
■ 1! \ Ot, why not 
i.il crdcr now ? 



. 



Raymond & Sons 

6i3--Eandorv. Street 
riionc 272 - Res., 27C> 



119 

per acre. 



NICE 



o'clock a. 
followlnB: 

*'or the office of ALDKRMAI4 tt>r 
Ward Np. 2. In the Police Court at the 
Ciiy Hall, of which every person Is 
hereby required to take notice i^id 
govern himself accordinKly. 

The. peraoiii5_qiialiHed. .ta. beJiocilinftteU 
fo r and td c c le d as ALP - ERMAK -of -tJ»e- 
City of Victoria aliall he such persons 
as are male British subjects of the full 
age of twenty-one yerfrs-, and are not 
diaquartf ltd under any law. and have 
been for the six mohths next preci;dlnK 1 
the day of nomination the reRlstered 
owner in tlie land registry office of land 
or real pro p e rty In — the city of Victoria ^^ K(\(\ 
of the as-se.ssed value on the. last mu- J|pl ,OUU 
nlclpal R.s.scssinent roll of hve hundred 
dollar."*, ,or more, over_.an(l above any 
registered judgment or charRe.. and wlio 
are otUerwiae tlujy qualified as rnuni- 
cipal ■ voters. • ' . " 

Glyen under my hand "at Victoria, 
British Colum bia,' this Iflth 
August, 1910. 

WM. W. NORTHCOTT 

RetiirnlnB Officer. 



6.'!xi;o; prKc 



r,OT, DAI-I..AS ROAD 

36S; term* to iuii purchnaer. 



Granite and Marble Works 

Monuments. Tablets, Granite 
Copings, etc., at lowest prices 
consistent vylth first class stock 
and wtrkmbrshlp. 

A. STEWART 

and Blanohard Sts. 



In th* ■upr«m« Court of 
_ Itunbla. 

In'The 'Matter of tiie lO.slnte of Jolm U 

.^cntt. Deceased, 

and 
In the Mailer of ilw orfblal AdmlnW- 

iralor's .\ct. 

Tender)/ win be-j-ecelved by the under- 
signed mijll noon on...t.he 25111 day of 
.A,UKUi>it.' 1910,, for the purcluioe of tiie 
undernientloned pro.pert y. \ Iz Twelve 
(l:!') .shares, representlnK " one-ieplh 
Interest In the Casslar I'acklng Com- 
pany. Mmllcd. For fiill i)aitieulars ap- 
|ily to the ^und.erHlgned. The hiKhest cr 
iiiiv tender imt neceasarily accepted. 
\V.\I. MONTKITII, 
1 <iffii:ial Atlnilnl.flrator. 



COLEMAN 



IMPORTANT 
SALE 

OF 

BuildioQ Lois 




OA.irciJi.i.ATiow or «ese«vi:. 

NOTICE 1.1 hereby given that the Re- 
serve exlallng on crown land.* In the 
vicinity of Liabine l.ak", and pltuale in 
Ca.>iijiar UI.mU id, noUce uf which beiii'- 
ing.-datfi June 30ih. 1«(J8. wa.s pub- 
llBhed In the Britlah Columbia lia/.euo, 
(ialed July 2ih1, lltoS. Is cancelled. 
* ROBKUT A. RK.NWICK. 

■ Deputy tXinunlssioner of l.aiid;i. ^ 

Lands Department, Victoria, H. C, 
June 16th, 1910. 



ATLAS ASSURANCE CO., LTD 

(Established 1808.) 

Capita! and Funds for security of 
policyholders cxcecds$26,000,0i)0 

The under.slgned has' succeeded to the 
agency of this company formerly held 
by the .Stuart IloliKrlHOTi Company, Lild.. 
and will give prompt a'ticninui to all 
coinmunlcations regarding new buwinoas 
.11- uiieralloiiB required on exhsilng poll- 
,.l,.H fleuio address alt conumlcations 
,,, J. ti. l!:i.,bluTT. 

,, i„i AKerrt for \'am:<iuver Island. 

U'l:: Broad Si.. Victoria, 
P. O. Box liu. 




B. C\. 
I'hone 660. 



I.AITX) BEQIBTRTf ACT. 



NOTICr TO CONTKAOTOBB. 



••In til.' 
(!u|)li' 



Uhlwl 



.•(pnlleii I ion for a 
. .1 Mile In "I'TOl '"SI"" 
1 I :: t.iie (Mup 



?<i 1 perM"rili<»d 

Ml si.. ,, 1; ' , 

■ 1 biiioral'le tlie 

r-. 'Ill to noo.n of 

,,.1 \ufusi I ''■' 'i, f'lr the 

c..,,,|,ie! lo'i ..' .-1 four- 

1 I J ni'-il ^chOQlOoUM at 



TK.NI'l':i! 
SeliO'i! Ml 

,',\0,\ I'V I 

I'liljli. \V..l 



Cor. Yates 



In the Townsite of 



1 ■' 

raised ''or"received to be paid Into the 
hands of the Treasurer of the said 
Corporation for the purpose and with 
the object hereinbefore recited. 

'.'. It s--halb i>e. lawful for the said 
flavor to cau.se any number of deben- 
tures to be -made, executed and issued 
for such sums as may, be reiiuired. not 
exceeding, however, the sutn of $::0,000, 
cither, in currency' or sterling mohey 
(at the rate aforesaid) each of the salfl 
debentures being of -the amotmt of^ 
Jl.OOd, and all such debentures shall be 
sealed with the seal of the sjaid^ Cpr- 
pofatlon and signed by the . Mayor 
thereof. ,^ »,- 

It shall be lawful for the said Ma->or 
Iri his discretion to alternately cause 
each of the said debentures to be made. 
exec\itnd and Lssued for an amount of 
£100 Bterling, and one If necesRary • for 
a less sum In sterling money to com- 
plete the authorized Issue. . -j ' i 

3 The said debentures shall bear date derslgned up to 4 p. m-. on Monday 
of the day after the final passing, of jog... 

\^\^f^h^^^^''fr^'^ S:^^l^^^ sdpp..vl„g .000 more or ...ss, gar- 
i^uch place, either In Ah^-Pomlnioa tof^hage cans as,*p mnch *pl^ce, to he, d»- 
Canada. Great Britain or the United ill vered wher.»f required In Pity. The 
i>lales of Amerlcii. as may be .(leslgnated jhwly, lop and' botiom. are'' to be made 



HEWLINGS & CO. 

U«l Broad Slr.et. — Phon« "I*. 

$0 /^nn—CORNERLdT. OAK BAT DIS- 
Z,V\J\} irtct, 120»1.00 feet. UtOO oa«h.) 

KaR~TWO CORNER LOTS ON 

enr line. ' ^ • ' 



SO l\i\{\ t'OK HOUSE AND 1 i4 ACRES, 
^>,UUU Victoria Arm (Pprtaga . Xnlet) ; 

good vii-.v, good well of water . ' , , ' 



G 



QRDON HBAO hoad- 
per acre. 



-28 ACRES. |70t 



ONTTTBAL exnBET. HOU?B AND LOT 

»i,SOl>. ■» , . . . ■ '■ 

FOK|!t 
partly 



Tenders for Gar- 
bage Cans 



«-rk|\w_SAANlCH DI.STR1CT 
(l)UI/ acres with imail home 

tultivaiod. ■ t . 



Tenders will be received' by the 



un- 
fhe 
making 



thereon, and Bhall have ..^aJ,i»cijfi<l_.to 
them coupons for the payment of Inter- 
est and the signatures' of the Interest 
coupons may be either written, stamped, 
printed. lithographed or. engraved. 
.. i. The, said debentures shall bear In- 
terest at the i-ate of four per cent, per 
annum from the date thereof, which In- 
terest shall ^ be payable half-yearly on 
the 2lst day of .January and 21st day 
of Julv, at' such, place, either in the 1^0- 
mlnlori of Canada. Great Britain or. the 
United Slates of America, as may be ex- 
p'ressed in the debenture and coupon. 

5. .It shall be lawful jor the said 
Mayor to csLuse' the said debentures and 
Interest coupons, either or. both., to. ba 
made payable at such place, either In 
the Dominion of Canada. Great Britain 
or the United States of America, as may 
be desired. 

6. It shall be lawful for the Mayor qf 
the said Corporation to dispose of the, 
said debentures at a rate below par, 
and to authorlste the Treasurer to pay 



of 24 gauge g«Jvani-/rd' iron. All haii- 
dlea, bands, iclinnnel Irons and- rivets tO 
conforrn In every way equal to the sam- 
ple, to be seen in the office of the 
purchasing agenU Tiie contractor will 
rerfuire to enter into- a oontraet with 
the con>r(ratti;)n for the fdlflllment of 
the above, wliich ct III. state, the am6unl 
and when' required The lowest or any 
tender not neci-ssarUy — accepted. 

WM \V. NORTHCOTT. 

Pyrtfhaslng Agent. 

City Hall,' August 21. 1»10. ' 



-t Ci(\ ACRES. 8Ph,OAT LAKE. *0 CHAl.NS 

XDU waK'Tfront. »T0 per »crp. „„__ 

/-tlTV PHllPEHTy: GOOD IXVESTMENTS. 
Kj on Uougla*. John«on and Yafe« ttre*!. 



E.HENDERSON & CO ,^ . 

BylTcnier Blucft. «"um One. '•J.l >ttlc« .Street 

-|f:iAACKB.S OF GOOp LAND l.V CHOtCB 
ion part of Manitoba, near church •nd 
•ohooU on?"Tnllf frtim town;- price |20 tcrf. 
WIM I'xchango for city property. 



In the Matter of the C.oinpanles Wind- 
luff Up Act, 1893, and in the Matter 
of the Silica Brick and ttKia Ooin.^ 
paiiy. Limited. 

NOTICE Is hereby given , that the 
creditors of the aiiovp nanHed company 
which l!? being voluntary wound iip are 
required on or before the*'i2ih day of 
§eptenVf)eV, IStlp, b.elng Uie day for, that 
purpose fixed by the undersigned to 
send tlielr names end addresses and the 
particulars .of their debts and claims 

an I the na mes arid addresscB of their 

SollcUors, If any, to the uriderBigned. 
the Liquidator of the wild company, and 
If so, required by. notice in writing from 
the- said Llquldutor of by their Hollci- 
tors to come In and prove ' their said 
debts or claims, at «uch lime and place 
as shall be specified in sucIl notice or 
in default thereof they will be excluded 
from! the benefit of any distribution 
made before, attch debts are proved. 

•l-Tnted this J»thi dwy of Atlgust. 1910: 
,' If . H WARRKN. 
■ ' ' .Liquidator. 

N-o. 512 Fdrt tjjVii*!. Victoria. B. C. 

_: ^. ,. ii. : .^ ~ 



Coleman, Alberta 

Situated in Famous 

Crow's Nest Coal 

Fields 



SKAI-V.n 
"TeiHler foi 
will be |<" 
Minl.-^l.T ol 
.Moiii.iiiv, ilv 
erect ion .iiv'l 

roomed timl" _ ^_ ^ 

Mhsslon. . . ' 

I'lan.s, .sped flea llon.'s. contract, and 
forma oi lexul'ltLinny' be seen -^n-and 
after the tth ilay of Aiigui-t, 1 !»1(». at tllft 
offices of tlie (Joverntnenl Agent, New 
\Vo.stinlnBter; It C. Aldvott, Ksq.. Eeore- 
tary to School Ti'i.-poh. Ml.Hslon.; J, 'H. 
Bowman, I-'^sq., architect, 11- Crown i 
Building. Vancouver; ■ and at the Oe- 
partmcnt of Public Works, Vlcttjrla. 

i^ach proposal must be accotupanfea 
by an .rccepted bank cheque or certifi- 
cate of depo.xlt on a chartered hank of 
Canada, made payable to "the 
the Minister of Public ■i;Vorks for a sum 
VciutvaienT to 10 per cent, of the amount 
of the tender, which shall be forfeited 
if the party tendering- dadltta^o enter 
Into contract when called upon to do bo, 
or if he fail to complete the work ooit^ 
traded for. The cheques or certlHcatca 
of deposit of unsuccessfujl^_tendercr8 
-w't H - h e returned to them upon the exe- 
cution of the contract.^. 

Tenders ■wm not be considered unless 
made out on the forms supplied, signed 
with the actual signature of the ten- 
derer, and enclosed In the envelopes 
furnished. 

The lowest or any tender not naces- 
sarlly accepted. 

K. C. GAMBLE. 
Public 'Works Engineer. 
Public 'V\'orks -I*epartment. 

Victoria B. C ind August. 1910. 



\< , i'; i ■ ■■ "''\ uiveu that ii i.s my 

;,,. ,.;,! , I ;i. . xpit-ation of one 

iiioiith mmm 1 .'. "f t!ic llrM publi- 

cation her. ■ 1 ,li,|. Urate cerli- 

tlwile of 111., Uj ■ .) I '^""1 l^^sued l'> 
Jolm David Landei ; st day of 

OctoVier, T90S, ,and i,,ii.' . 1 '.S964 U 

Land Itegistry ortic, \ 1 '.oiia, B, C, 
July 23, 1!*1U. ', - 

.1, P. Mci.r.i III 
- — B<»put5:-Ke'slMtriu li.iipral. 



NOTICE 



Be Oapt. Edward Barkley, B.. 
' T ceaBedt-' - 



If., !>•- 



duly 
Creaae & 



All persons having claims agn !nsi the 

estate of. Captain Edward' lb. ui.;. , U. 

N ..deceased, late o.f_.Weath|Olni., i; 1 . 

are' required to send pavtloular.x 

Honorable i '^'erlf led thereof to Me.>5srs '^ - 

"°" ICr«;ase, 521 Fort street. Victoria, B. C, 

on or before the aist^^y dl August, 

1910. . , ' . - . 

Dated the 80th day of Jvly. A. D. 1910 

(Signed) ' 

GEOFFREY BARNARDISTON. 
- Kxecutor. 



Headquarters ^f the Gigantic 

Collieries of the International 

Coal and Coke Co., Ltd. 




CAircsaErXrikvzoN or besekve. 



t)l"Sfc AND TVVO LOTH ON QUADRA 

reel; fruit ireeii anfl all modern con- 

venl.nJ^B; will wll al a reduced price If 

laUfii on at onct>. I'rlcc 12. "60. 



HOl'.^ 
■tr 



NOTICE OF 0tSSOLUTION 



B^OVB. UOTS I.V NEW DIVISION. CLO.SE 
In and near high ichool; it »350 each. 



NOTICE 



In thi- mnttT of ihf K»tate of John fc. 
N'tchwilil, latfc of .MInnrapolls. .Minn., 
U. S. A.. <1eee.a^i>d 

All prrmntia hii'ylng ilalms airalnut tb'' 
<'«t«t«' of the above named .lohn E NlchoLjj 
oii't' Of The sums so raised by .tite- -sale ! ar«_ required to iM-nd partleulam thereof. 
<■.•,„ == .1 ,l»n«nHireB Hit exnenses ron- duh^ Verlfled. to th.' Hnder«l«{ned on or br- 

of tlie said debentures all expen.seB con j j 10th dav of .\uerti«t. i»io. after 

nected. with the preparation and engrav- | ';.,,|th aato the una. rsisf,ed uttSrncy' . for 



^tiK_or lithographing of thB~tlebeTrture8 
and coiipons, or any discount or com- 
mission or other charges Incidental to 
the sale of the said debentures, 

7. If ~fT?7mTrd-*di:iBiible by the Mayor 
there shali. In the said debentures, be 
reserved to the Corporat ion the right, 
upon any future (consolidation of the de- 
bentures indebtedness — of th e--clty to 
substitute debentures of such consoll- 



thi>. .-xecutora ot the will of ««ld dfceaaed 
.will proCf-<Hl to dlatrlbuti- the hsuetii of the 
"*al(l decfasea among the p<-rBon«, .•nllticd 
thffeto, having regard only to fhei clahn* 
tit which thf-y Ibfn hav.' nolle*-. 
filed tlil» 0th day of Augu»l. IBtff:. 
TfitB BRlTliSH CUT-CMHlA - TBL'BT 
CORPORATION, 

1232 Governtn.'n.l St.. Vlctrirla. B. C- 
. Attorney* in fact tor Kxceutlye. 



CITY, BROKERAGE 

lUS Douglas .St.. i.<pi)ui!U.' Mivihants B<nk 

«» 4 "MiA— Sits a pkacticall.'E KBW. 

9p4-iUl/ modern houiie, ,lii»t off fort )*t. 
near car and both htgh and puHUiT school*. 
Coful boannT-nt. and gard»-i>. Fr uit tree*. . 

^OP'Tvn—'Bt YH a'^nFw HOC8K.. SIX 
^Ot>UU rjwimi, In Jameg Bay, all n»od- 
irn *oiivenlence«. good ba«emrnt. near ■•» 
4pd ear. ■ ' ', , . 

■|\'K^4'VB'- KiTATfT ^NQflRI ES 

»> honu»ea fo reht. Hat youra with 



TAKE VOTIfMg 4hat the fiartiierahin 
heretofore snl>slstinK between- S. L.Wil- 
son and J" Kennedy at Victoria. B. C-. 
under the styU- of "The Victoria Gar- 
age" ■waa dissolved on the 2nth day of 
3\ily, 1910. and il'al the said bimlneSs 
wlH In the future be carried on by S. 
L. Wilson, t.o whom all outstanding ac- 
counts are payabU- and who. "Ill be ro- 
sponslble for all Itfliiillt! ;-s In connec- 
tion with the sal'I biifdness.' 

.SVn.VRY U WILSON. 

J, KK-XNEOY. 



NOTICE 

In the matter of tfte .estate of Blanche 

Ede, late of thP City of Victoria, B. C 

widow. 

All persons having claims against 
the aboiifi e.«tatp ure requested to send 
particulars thereof to the undersigned 
on or before ATigust 22. l»ld. after 
which data the executor will- procee/i to 
distribute the assets of the deceased, 
having regard only to the claiiits- of 
which he has noilce. 

Dated this 21st July, 1910. 

Vlbiorla, B. C. 

\ GEO. A. MORPKT, . 

Solicitor for Executor. 



NOTICE Is hereby given that the re- 
serve existing upon the lands embraced 
In special Timber 'LiconceB No. 20281*, 
situated hear Sechelt Inlet, New West- 
minster Disirlct. U cancelled, and that 
the said lands will be open for location, 
under the provisions of the Land Act. 
at -mtamght on" OetPb ' e r' ' '' M. k,iaii>» 

KOBERT A; REJN'WICK, 
Deputy CommlBslo'rier of Lands. 
Lands Dept.. .Victoria, July 14, 1910., 



FOR 
h ua.'- 



daflon secured TXpon the credlt.^'of the 
city' generally. Such consolidation de- 
bentvrres shall contain the like cove- 
nants, conditions arid restrictions as are 
contained \n the debenture Issued In 
pursuance of this bylaw, and In each 
debenture Isswed h,ereiinder a clause 
cfjridltiohed for such substlttitlon may 
be' Inserted, 1 

For the piirpojse of raisin)? annually 
the required sum for the payment of 
the interest on the said debehttires dur- 
ing their currency, tiiere shall be raised 
nnhuallv the sum of 1800. and for the 
purpose of creating t!ie sinking fu.nd 
aforesaid for the' payment off of the 
debi at maturity there .f hall be, raised 
annuallv ihe sum of $180.2,5 and both 
said sums shall be raised an- 
nuallv bv a rate sufficient therefor 
on ail ratable land and Improvements 



TENDERS WANTED^ 



In the Sirpreme Court of British ('.Tiiim- 
bitt, In the iMatler of the K.stale of 
Blanch*! Wranclni. deceased 



o. .en, ^rbpor.y in the <;'/>-; ,^--^_J^ WILLI AM S & CO.. LTD 



Tenders will be received h> Ihe under- TNVKST10.\TE'. 
Signed until noon.Af the lUxl day of,,iMn 
August. IfllO, for the purcha.-ie of the 
following descTTBed property. viz.; lot 
11, of pdrt of jtectlMTi 7 f. m-'M' --•-', Vic- 
toria eity.« 

The tlghe'-; '••■'- 

amiily Accepted. 

WMi- MONTKITH. 
..-.'. •:". ' Official Administrator. 

Adrolnitterlng the Estate ot Blanche 

Graniilnl, DetJeased. 

Oated'thts ilU\ aity of August, 1910. 



during the continijance of 
biMiinres or an>' of tlicin. 

n.This bylnw sliall before the t^nal 
pass5lng thereof receive the a.ysenl of 
the elector* of the sa^d +'orporfttlon tn; 
ilie manner provided for lij the Munici- 
pal Clauses Act, and shall take effect 
on the day after the final passing 
thereof. • -' — ^- 

10. This bylaw may be cited As, the 
Public ConveiUewe— J3oan--T^'liirw,-I910. ■ 

Passed the Municipal' Council -on the 
l.-ith day of Inly, 1910, . , — t— ' 

TAKK NOTICK that the above Is a 
true copv of tl>e proposed bylaw, upon 
-which the vote of the Municipality will 
he taken at the biiildlng known ns Nuni- 
I'lPrs liiV <ind lllfl (Mr. 'Me.xlbh'S bulUl- 
Ing) nv..!i'l street, on Monday, the ".!9tn 
MiE'iMi, 1910. that .the polls will 
..|MTi lietwe'en the hour.s of !> | 
orjo.K .1. in. and 7- o^clock p. m',, and.) 
tliHt .Mr. W. W. .Vorthcotl has been ap- j 
.,r,wo^,i iw,. i;.>iuinlng (.)fflC(?r of the 



104 irale* Street. 



f*bcae ISSa 



SHAW R€AL ESTATE CO. 

707 'a Vatc» Street 



Phone 10i>« 



THAT 18 AI.I. "WE ABK. 
p acres on Cpdttr 'Hill road., only fhr»e 
mile* from -t^-lty HiCH. for only It, 000. Th«(t 
l« leu* lh«n J4.Tf) per acre.. The ad'Joltilng 
acreage (xvlih rock on i Is $S»0 acre. Thl« 
!■ one of the v^ry b«»«l propn«ltlon» we havtf 
(jver known !n VIctorra. Investigate and 
bs convinced. 



Companies 'Winding TTp A.ct, 1898. 
NOTICE 

Final meeting pursuant to Section 33 
to be held at, tlie office of J. G. Elllotl 
on the 23rd day of Aug^8t at the hour 
of 8 p. m, to receive report and pn^s J 
account of Liquidator of the Stuart | 
Robertson .Ci'iiipan;.-, Limited • 

■ A. t^TCAUT ROBERTSON. ; 

. Liquidator, j 

Dated at Vi. tori.x. B (^. 'this 2If<t(lBy I 
'of July, 1910. i 



Messrs. Stewart Williams .& 
'Co., of Victoria, having been duly 
instructed by ' the Internsitional 
Coal and Coke Co., Ltd., will sell 
by Public Atiction at Victoria, 
B. C, on Monday and Tuesday, 
the 19th and ... 20th September, 
ttjio, the remainder of the com- 
pany's Rear Estate Holdings in 
the City of Coleman, A lberta; 
romnrisinc some Three .Hundredtadmtm^tratrix win proceed to di»trib.>t 

Ciniiyn lanif, ;>»-■•« . ^^^^ as-sets of the deceased among th 

eligible Business and -Residential 
Sites, located in this thriving in- 
dustrial centre. 

For furthcf and fuH particulars, 
plans, maps,.' photographs,' etc., 
apply to The Auctioneer, 



NOTICE 

In the Estate of Thonfkas H. Towers, 
late of Victoria,. British Columbia, 
Deceased. Intestate. 

All persons having claims against the 

tB'eceased are requested "to send parijc^ 

illars thereof, duly verified to the un- 

dai'8lKneji r..a n,-x»ji. Jajjifpre xha ,1 at day of 

Septen-iber, I'MO. "after which- dale 



the 



NOTICE 

iraTig'a.ble 'Waters Protection Act "~ 

NOTttMi Is iHieby Kiven that John 
Raymond of the C|ly of Victoria, Brit- 
ish Columbia, is applying to Uis Excel- 
lency the Uovernor Genera) ' of Canada' 
in Council for approval of Jthe plans and 
descriptions of site, of works .proposed 
to be constructed by him In Victoria 
Harbor Immtidlately ,1'rontlng Lot J)C2A.' 
block 11, Victoria, B. (.:., and l)a» de- 
poMlied toe said plans atid deacriptlpna . 
of site .with tlie Miuistor of FubllO 
Works at Ottawa and a' duplicate there-, 
of with the Regiatrar General of Tltlea 
In the .Land Registry Ufi'lce, Victoria, 
IJ. CI, and that th e mattai- of the said 
application 'vvili~~he procetded with at 
tiie ' exjil rat ion of one month from tiio 
time oC the tlr.'^t pulilioatlOii of this nur 
lice in the •'Canada Gazette." -^ 
Daied-thts 26tli day of .July, I'i^. 

w. H. lanolp;y, ^ 

1111 Ooverntnent Street. . 
Victoria, B. C. 
Solicitor for ApplU:ant. 



persons entllied thereto, liavlng regard 
only to the claims of whlcli sllie t'iion 
hap notice'. ■ . , 

Dated this 29lli day of July, 1910. 
OLIVE M. TOWERS, 

6oi Belton Ave., Victoria Weat, 

VK^torla. B. -C'r 
AdmtnlHirat,iix. 



Stewart Williams 

637 Fort Street, Victoria. B. C, 



NOTICE TO coNTjRACTORsj Preliminary Notice 



Q(\ Acni 
OU »i-vcn 



ACRES FACINO OS MAl.N" ROAD. 
n rollc» trom city. Very cheap, 
t3.200. 



t)(\ LOt-JAT $250 P Kit LOT. HIOH, DRY, 
.•.'V/ fine .view, good land. 



LEE AND FRASER 

(teal Ettate and Insurance Agents, Trouace 
Avenue. 

,— WII.I., PUllCHASB A six 
.roomed, modern, hou«e o» Clar- 

fnCe mrert. 



TKNPERS for the construction -f 'i 
brick building.' and for the plumbing 
and electric wiring therefor for MesMra. 
K. Moore and I! I Soott nn Douglas 
Street, Victor!.'! !'• Invited up to noon 
of M*>ndfly. August 2»th. li»H'. 

The lowest or 'any tender not nei'es- 
sarily acce.pled, 

Phins and •ipe.Mti •"'■> 

at the office of ., , ^. 

H. ^!. ilKIl'FlTH, Architect. 

1006 G^x^ernmen't St. 



Corporation of the City 
of Vernon ' 



OiTTT 



OZ.EBK WANTED 
MON, B. C. 



FOR VBB.- 



' Appltcallo'ns will '>e received ip *" 
29lh August. lOln, by The j-ounrll "i i-e 
I'lty of ternon'for the position of cierlt 
and-' Treasurer. Salary $i:iO p-r' month. 
AppliCBinls wlUi loevlous niniiUlpal| 

— , n '• T" ~ ' experience prefrrreil. . 

-lO— DW-ynien; rarmCrS \ ^„^;j"\/'*^'"'^ quanocatlon and refer 

and Others , , """■ 'V ■ ^„;:,^.„7.Y:;,. 



"WATER ACT, 1909.:* 

TAKK NOTICE that i; ' F'r'ederlck N'. 
Norton, of the city of Vani-ouver, B <', 
luinbfi'inan. intend to apply 'to tlie Liou- 
leiirtiit-Go\ ernor In Council On Tuesday, 
the 'IUh'divy of October, A. D. 1510. at 
the hotni_of II o'clock In the forenoon, 
or !>o soon thereafter as tUe application 
ran be heard, for U final, llcen.«ie under . 
I'arls .\I nni .'< 1 1 of the "Water Act, 
1'.im;i,' . , ii,.',r .111 reniove . obstacle.4 
from :-altnoi il 'i and Orford bay. an 
arm of Huti- Inl.t. HrlllHh Columbia, 
for the tnirpose of rnaklng the, same fit 
for raffing and ilrUlm,' logs -and pen- 
nine back and .stjOrliig water, and for 
erer tIjuK • hoomlng-gi ounds in said Or- 
foril bay. approxlm/iti'i maii-?. plans and 
[ini liCiilars '-of which undertaking are 
filed (n tfii> -rtifices of the Clrt^f Com- 
missioner of Latidsand Wafer Cominls- 
■>^|oner"nl Victoria. '' 

Hated tills' .'Oth d_ay_ f"' -'"'V A. H. 
I'i;;i l-IM'.riKUli'K N. N'ORTON. 

, ^,_-.-. , — (— — :- 

BOWDED 



FlElEE 



Stewart Williams & Co. 



MAJOR TDOLKV. 
the east, will sell 
nl . his residence 
Hill Eanulmalt. 



$4500- 



QBVeNTt-.AeHE8. WITH ' GOOD COI- 
O iBgc, fn.blij ,\nd chicken home, only 
i«ven mild frorn city, good road». good wai- 

tr. Ill'-" lo-a'i n, rhvap $<.000, 



pN: 



I'ltv 



M'RKS, FINKST OF SOIL. 

under crop, good l»ou»« and 
oulbuUt;ini;i, cantlderablc itock, tour mile* 
from cHy. JIS. 000. good Jtei «»». \____ v- 

fpitrii-irEIiSj ACRESrFINB SOTL, NEARLY 
4. all cl'!»r< d, nice new^ hou«e. good out- 
t)ulkllt?g». good orchard; » bargain, al 18.600. 



. \ HERBERT SaOTT ■ . 

PhoB'S Ll.:-i Board of Trade Bldg. 



$1200 

1250(1 



—ONLY. FOFf IVCyO GOOD LOTS 
on Montreal itrcet. 



—FOR A FIVE Boomed cot- 

tngc. #fo»e In. iyn Collln»on' St. 



$4000 



WltL BUY TWO LOTS ON, 
K(ng«ton street, a good b'uy. . 



$tri)rr{\ o-sTTi"— for a sE.ve.m ROOM- 
0^0\} rd bungalow «n Menslea streat, 

modern hi «*ei'y reBpect. 



S1500- 



-FOR A LOT WELL SITUATED 
^jn Harbinger avenue. 



A. BRADLEY, 

Acting c m; C. 

r'r.~rk'-; office. Victoria. S. .G.A; WlH''- RKf't Lt.W.VTION IN , VICTORIA 
i:iin, ' ■ i "• TirarHweiit hi.iiil« "f hotti ; a 

' ' — '— I'harv 'Tib c«»y, 



Municipal Noiice 



C. H.HlCHARDSCm "^ 

. I ivi.ion i. Lpi^airs 



SCOTTISH REALTY:jDO. 

Reent A ChallotiM Block, fatea Mvet!!, 



A' Challoner 
kMCt bank. 



Block. Yatea 
Phone 1401. 



114 



ACRES, half tftlle »eafront; ««« 
Randy beach-; aU fine, land: h*« 

been I'igK'd and If aVInj «■;)» <-un 'hroggh i ,„„„i||„)^ 
would make' a line »hee > or cattio tiaelme. 
For linmrriiartt ealoi nrbf •-"'">• 



nuli', l.tistrucied ly 
who is leaving, tot 
hy Pnbllt Auction 
"Upwood." HIgliHl 

■ ■ 'today 

at 2 o'clock fharp; the whole of Ills 
well kept and ivarly new 

Household Furniture 
and Effects 

Coin\prl«inK: \'' >', tu oarlfr.'.l ''iiK 

dining- room soil''. .Mahogany, drawing- 
room siilte. M.H4uiKany afternoon tf-a 

table, rattan lockers, lace and tapestry 
curtain, HrusJtielx carpets, rugs, l»ouhl« 
and single bedsteads, spring npd io|> 
mattresses, 'pillows,' oak' cheffonier. 
liooUcase. child's cot and mattrei^Hes. 
crockery, ^lawsware, cutlwy. h»>»e.' gar- 
den tools, contents of an aitiateiii; ma- 
chine ahop including B 9-inch screw 
cutting i*tho wlU.,_cmi53.Jt and .hand tools , Instni.'ted «; /''•'. ^<;" f' ^^ 

ccynplete (orlV^^becft- fh use a few room. 1314 Broad street. 

a ifuanTiTy 



Stewart Williams & Co. 

|.)uly Instructed by Messrs. I'lnnerty 
&I .'•ons, ■ will .sell by public, auction at 
their farm on Ihe KInnerly Itond. Cad- 
boro Bay, on 

Thursday, Aug. 25th 

at 11 o'clock aharp 

s part of their well known 

MILKING HERD ' 

and CART.S 

Including; 2'n grade_ .lersey nallch 
cows fli> f res hjly -calved I, i heifpr,s (-' 
veara oldl In calf. ,1 hftfer 1 year old. 
Clyde Colt t' months ofd. Che stnut Clyde 
mart alioul 1500 lbs sou'nd. rubl)er' tired 
rvioBbOM' lo'g gv Kngll sb 4 -sea ted phae- 
ton, milk wagem (neaiiv now), milk 
cans.' etc, ' . ' 

l.iiiirh will be. servad. on it., grounds. 

The Auctioneer. STfi"WA»T 'V7Z3JXiXA»S 



NOTICE 



Be Capt. 



1^., De- 



Edward Barkley, R 
ceaaed. 

All persfjn." havlrig dninis agtilnst the' 
estate of Captain Edward Barkle 
i N;. deceased, late of Wrslholme, it. t.;., 
I are required to send parllculars, duly 
1 verified thereof lo Messf:.*. Crease 
[crea.se. 521 Fort street, Victoria, 
I oti or before th.' :IUhi .hiy 
I 1910. I 

I Dated the 30th day of July, A. n. luin 
I (lilgned) 

aEOFFRP:Y BARNARDTSTOX. 
',, Executor 



MERCHAVDISB OT All. JCINDS 
STORED AWD DISTRIBUTE© 

Duncan's Warehouse 



Negotiable Warehotuie Becelpta 1»- 

R"i«ued. Pnrnlture end Honaehold Oooda 

carefully handled. Stone Bulldlnff and 



H. C.,i 
Aiigual, I 



Low Xnauranoe. 



Phone 1865. 



636 Tntes St. 




Maynard & Soiir^ 



.\rf"I't<»>.'KER.S 



CA«rosi.i.ATiaN oy reserve. 



NOTICE Is hereby given that the, re- 
eerve exisllng upon the, lands embf«c6il 
In special Timber .Hconcps Nos. '.'s9ti.i, 
2896:5 and 28!t64, sl'luated InO.old.siream 
District, Is cancelled, and thai the .''aid 
lands will bo open for location uhd.r, 
tiM) provisions of the l..and Aci at niUI- 
iaight on October 14, I'JIO, 
- HOBKHT A. HK.NWff^K. 

Deputy Conirtilasloner of l.nnils. 
I^ands Dept., Victoria, July i 



nlir !<a!eu- 

mi 




SAlElHftRRra&CQ. 

Stewait, p. C, an.d Prince 
Rupert, B. C. 

Fiscal Agents for the 

Main Reef Mining Go. 

The prnperty oj this com- 
"jTany adjoins that of the 
Stewart Mining and Devol- 
opmcnt Co. 



ti — iMolrtl ,.''!■ 

7— Ptibllc 

I!»10. 

_4_4vereby give notice. that siieh of the 
..lectors 'of the munlclpBllty of the cltv 
of Victoria as afe entitled to vote on 
bylaws for raisin jj money .upon the 
cicillt of the munlclpalllyrarc .re:':iue,--ted 
I,., HtU-'id al the polling Klaee known n;- 
>o. 1 i 1 ." and I I Ci Hroad ■Uriel, in Hit 



' "■ |'i«!':.,l " 






not;yi);, 

p.-r rrnt. 


1 • woiil) i:. 
I .. lotfl. it" 
,■ il. r cent. 


j y if(l!..\^ ■^ti 


i: " 


-[.■^AIRFlRl.i 
1? —Olive 
tTOO each; • 


' 10 


nion 


t'ti. 



75 

H-ro 

Ihr.'i 


AC 
>ni 

lIKl 


larRc bnii; 

house; 

1 proi^erty 

'.iin land. 


ACHE. 

, IVlll 1' 

larRe li 
; gtall'K. 
.V ' 



'uih llliXK". 3 j;lflas.n hens and chtckents, 1 do-/,. 

— — ! d'Al<^i^•«' ."" ' ^ ' grl'.t.>K,'"i" I r uiiK. ' j. ' -a nd. other prtl- 



HD, ! 



cU'.s .too niimcroi,!.". to mention. 



*.. i l — iJi / .iiW..ud. 



i';F,.«. (. .\OIi 



1-.,. 



BLOCK t'l 

lamrnad.' on .Mo«,» utr.ct. each lot 
nixl35. Tflco $<,l'.iii; average lOSO each.' 



A 



)TH NEAR 15 AI.- 

Iii 



n. ARTHUR RE.A _. 

I " irnnff. Monry lo Loan. Slo. 
! aw (.;hamljer» liastlon St. 

-IMPKOVKD. WH.r. EX- 
._ ■„ .,1 tBrmn In Manlloba for 
rlty j.rt.in rty Sevoral Victoria hornet for 
(alu at re»#onabl« prkm and- itrtn*. 



STE-WAKT •WHiI.IAM*, Atictloaaer. 



DAVIES & SON 

565 AND 828 YATES STREET 

To Rent 



cANCEx.i.ATi;igapg i'~» . "Bhr .RV a. 



F- 



, i; , - -'^ale, 

pianos, sculcrs iroin :'.-"' <l"'.'.<'n, lieds, 

buroaua, chairs, hlinds from 25c and 

lots of ' other goods. Diivtes & Sons, 

i Auctioneers, SeoTttnO-S Yates fllrceiT 



FRIDAY NEXT 

, * r: p. M. 

_ ~ ~, wmf» . I wae puuiisnea in » 

1 lftlt-5 to lots numbc 

iti account ot 'Iwhoiji Jt may 
concern" . 

FOUR TON OF STEFX SA» 

111 Aft.icrt^fi Kizoa ;'•": 
Knil I'iu tii'ulars r.rfUer 



Maynard & Son. 



Auctioneers, 



NOTICE '« hereby given that the le- 

aerve existing in crown lands In the 

vicinity of Babine Uake, situate In 

^ng^ 5. Cost District, notice of which 

waa publlBhed In the British" CoTOmtTa 

■■ -Jecember 17th, U908,*(s 

far as said reseifve re- 

bercd li>l». 1518, 161 ', 

'06 1616. 1610. 15O7,-r&06, IBOtiA, ISliS, 

1601. 1602, 151% 1511, 1505, 1501, 151 a, 

151*! 1509. 1608, 1530," 1527, 1528, 16i:», 

1631. 1532. 1633; 1531, 

1638, 1538, 1>540, I '1 

.--164i;, 154-, >->l7, 

1621,, 162a, 1623, . 

l&&i. 

,PQBERT 

Deputy l!?5mintM:iroiin: ., r 
I,ends D«partment, Vlctori.i 
,lune 16th, 1810. 



, NOTICE 

Campers and Picnicers Ara, 
not perriiitted to laitd'-^' 
Seetioi> 96, Esqnim-alt Dis- 
-trict, .othcrwisis kncwn as 
Roscbank. 

Jiin«» T3th. lOTO. 






15?5, lui<7, 153'.i, 

i.'.ll, 1<)43, 151o. 

Ill, l&oO, lUZO. 

,'5, 15L'6 and 



Subserve for THE COLONIST! Advertise in THE COLONIST 



Livery Stables 

Mill. -WOOD A TTH (»TOvr. -WOOD 
rOK BA1.B 

R. DAVERNt, IOI.S Doui^las St 

Ci,p."'U.'; City Hall. 
». I>'aVEKNE. Tel. 87- 



*^ .V 1 ( 



tV*^ «i», vi/*j-^i^<".>.'- ■ -■I,'' ■".„■.■ ,_j,, •'-■ 



"ijjijpiPpi'"' 



■mi' 



% 



20 



VICTOBIA DAILY COLONIST 



Tu««l«y« AmbH** 23' ""^lO- 



VUit Our Tea Roomi, Third 
Floor. A Cup of Good Tea 
Is the Best RefriMhment 
You Can Have. 




T 



DAVID 





LIMITED. 



AH of Our Chocolates Are 
Made on th* Premises. They 
Are Pure and Wholesome 




in Bedroom 
of Our 





Wind-Up 

ExceDt ional values are to be jja^jn, Bedroom Furnitur e for the remaining days of this sale. Today we are placing 

. Bureaus. These are in oal<. well fi nished, and are priced to sell quickly at $14J5. $10.8j and $9jO 



During die 

Sale 



on sale a splendid line- of 



Mahogany Settee, To day. j26jQ 

A bcautifnl Mahogany Settee is bcinc; plnced on 
sale K.dax ai wind-ui) sale jinrr-.. 1 lu^ has 
frond sir. in- polished franua IumuihuUn ui)h-l- 
■ru red !,i liigh-quaUty tapestry. 
Todav .... • $Jb.JO 



Thre e-Piece Suite. $58.90 

There is nolhin-- adds so nniclV to (he ai)i)car- 
ance ol" A<nn- Carlor than a nice ihrer- jMere 
Snite. Todav ^•(*^l may j;et one at a specially 
interesting- saving, l-raines an' lurch mahog- 
anv, splendidly upholstered. Today $58.90 



Inlaid Occasional Cii airs, $12.50 Beautiful Inlaid Chair at $40.00 



Beaut il'nlK- finished and iidaid, a piece of furni- 
luff thai \'>n wiM he prMud to have' in -your re- 
ccptum i-ooin. An occasianal chair always 
comes in tor the receiJiiou of your guests. To- 
day we are offering them at, each . . . .$12.50 



A magnificent InlaiSTTOairrin Sheraton Stj,dc is 
l)eing i)laced on Sale today at a most unusual 
low price, considering the style and beauty. It 
is upholstered in' silk and v ool damask. 
Today ...$40.00 



Couch in Early^n ^iish Finish, Mission 



V 



Style, $19.75 



Couch, in 1'arlv l".n-!ish Mission style, upholstered in first 
(inalitv icaiherette with loose-««shions. This .conch is a 



great bargain 



.$19.75 



Three-Piece Suite, Special, $28J5 

a-PFece Suite, comprising r Arm Chair, Rocker and Settee, hnilt of solid 
quarter cut oak, finished Early Ijigbsh Mission style, upholstered 
seats and backs, in' solid Spanish! leather. Wonderful value and a 
splendid bargain .^ ........ . $28.75 



Ch ina Cabinet, Early "English Finish , 

at $21.75 ■ 

China Cabinets, in Early English Mission style, made of solid 
oak. This is a splendid piece qf ftiriiiturc, very st>hshly fin- 
ished ...... . .^. Jp^l.75 



Upholste red Couch Fin- 
ished Golden, $31.75 

. . ^ " 

Couch, in golden oak frame, .uphol- 
stered in bj^ quality leathercftte. 
Both ends' are coTtapsible. which 
gives restful co mfort . $31.75 



U pholstered CoucK Spe- 
cia l at $19.7 5 

•■ y ' ' ' ' 

Couch^ in hardwood frame, upholster- 
ed ill No. I quality leatherette, best 
quality springs only are used. This 
is one' of the best bargains wc ha^e 
in this sale' . . . . . ^ . i . v . , . • $19. * o 



Writing Desks. Early English ; Writing Table^JarbMEnj- Solid Oak Rockers, Mission 
Finish, $16.85 



Writing Desk in Early English finish. A 
specially attractive piece of furnittire. 
Just the' thing for my lady, and a speci^al- 
ly good^ bargain at the wind-tip 



of our Furniture Sale 



$16.85 



lish Finish, $14.75 

Writing fable, Early English, flat top 
with two drawers and receptacles at 
top of papers. An exceedingly fine 
piece~of furniture. At the wind-up 
Sale of Furniture $14.75 



Style, $8.75 



Rockers, solid oak, Ivirly Ivngli-li 
Mission style, upholstered in -oltd 
leather. Ah excc])tional. eas\- ehaii-. 
.\t such a low price as this jt should 
^o quick ...... $8. i o 



Hall Seats Jn Golden and Early English, 

Price, $18.75 

Hall Seat^T-Mhxors andRacks^in golden oak and Early ,Eng- 
lish, iii a J^t^ assortment. Hall. Seat and Mirror, finished 
golden, solid quarter cut oak. This bargairi is one of the 
best in the sale .......... . ^ . . . • • • • • • .$18.75 

New Silks Just in 



Foot Stools . Early English Finish. $2.90 

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Stools in solid quarter cut oak, Bar ly English, some with le?ither tops 
■ . an d^a lso ' —loose lea'tlier cushions.. Splendid bargains. Only a few 



now remain in stock at this price, . . — ............ ..... .$i5.9U 



Our Dress and Silk Departnients 
afe well in advance fof the coming: 
season's trade. We have opened up 
(veral large^^caasignments direct , 
from the manufacturers. Our. wide 
reputation in Silks and Dress Mater- 
ials speaks volumes. We are the larg- 
est buyers in,We5tern Canada. More- 
SOrOBevof our buyers is always in the 
European markets, so therefore we 
are in touch with the very latest fash-, 
ions. Wp are now making a special 



display of the new arrivals in these 
two departments on the ground floor. 
It will be very interesting to visit this 
section while dowu town. 

We are having a special sale of 
Silk. The best 5Qe value in Canada, 
~comprising-7- . ' — '^ 

Chiffon Taffeta, Foulards, Shepherd 
Check, Shot Silk, Massaline and 
Natural Pongee—all shades and 
black .:.. 50^ 



Items oNnterest jrom the H ouse Furnishing 

Department 



The Perfect Fruit Ladder— Ordinar- 

ilv it can he used as a household 

',;. ladder, with six steps, but it 



ran he .e'?^W4e,d for use aS' J^: 
ladder /vitli ^ ten steps. Extremely 
strong/ lint not at all heaVty aiid 
laiiii' : : ( • TTUt of order. .. The best 
of its kii/'l yet offered. ' Price, com- 
plete . ./. . . . '.TTTt^o.OO 

l.aruer si/es may be had at propor- 

Mnl la i (■ I li i V V •. 

Baskets for fruit gatiieiing '^-ngh' 
iriade ' ■! '.\ dli )\\ and with handle 
ON'ei"; 1 '■ " ' fi ' '111 .',20^ 

Jelly Glasses wnli iiici.il ei'iver, . ca- 
1 laei' \ nea rh- h:i i l | mi ; . 
I'rr di-ni 40<^ 

Jelly Bag Holder, eomplctc A\ith 
strainer bag, leaver liaiul> tree 1-.' 
1,1,-,, I a sancepnn. Itach, com- 

,dete 20^ 



Enamelled Saucepans, with lip and 
side handle. Large sizes,, suitable 
for preserving — 
6 c[uarts size . ., • .5*3^ 

8 quart size . . . ........ .65c*? 

Preserving Kettle, wdth hail handle^,, 
bargain, -8, quarts .... .,.,.'. .30^ 

Economy Jars, the perfiect-jliresiirvirig 

jar. (ilass is clear, edge is smooth 
and metal caj) ' ../ami jilated and 
lias a ring of odorless cc.miiHi-itiim, 
forming a perfect seal., These jars 
.xlioulfl he in constant use sunmier 
and v\inier in' overv hottselm'd, ;i - 
li, ,1 >,id\ ■111" - •:'' '■ -■(■ ma \ he 
■ 'a'd. 1 ml. cxa-r V k nid ' '1 i 'ci i -di 
a.hle aiM air, s^uch_as ii-li. va'-ri ..klc • 
L;iM\ie- and meat. h'ull diiaa ii'iim 
\\ iih {•yry\ 'M --e. 



1 '(,-]■ d< i/eii liah gall.m- 
1 \:v di i/en I |uart s .... 

Per d"/eii I'lnl.- 

Extra ca])s. per dozen 



$1.95 

$1.50 

$1.25 

25<' 



Novelty Ribbons 

We have Just opened up a new line of Rib- 
bonsrthiJla-test ideas from , Paris. They 
are in Fancy Plaids and Stripes, with 

. pretty shot effects. tliey are about ,8 
inches wide and. the price is, per yard, 
75c and .^^. $1.00/ 

Another good line is a^ k>vely quality 
Duchesse Ribbons, a good 6 inches 
wide, and come in all the newest shades. 
This, make will be the correct thing for 
miUinery, sashes, girdles, etc. Per 
■yard ....... ^.. 50^ 

Ladies' Nedw e ar Secti on 

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We have a splendid assortment of Jabots, 
ranging in price from 25c to. . . .$1.50 

Dutch Collars that are so much in demand 
We .have a complete range from iSc 
to i ♦ • • • .$^«5" 

Fancy Guipure Lace Jabots at, each, 25c, 
'^5c and '. :~v'.":~Ti-i-i-i-i-i-^rOi^^- 

Lace Collars in heavy Guipure, vety . Use- 
ful for' yokes, etc., in ecru only each, 75^ 

Fancy Silk and Satin Bows in a variety, of 
:-haii(> and colors. Each' 50c and 25«^ 

Set . ur variety of Fancy 'Einen Stiff Col- 
lars, neatly embroidered,, in all sizes, 
12V2 to 15. Each ......25<^ 

Men's New Fall Suits Are 
Arrivin g Daily 

( )nr .M' u"^ Clothing Department is 

,i-a,\\ \Mih hright new seaso^ia.blfc ' 
-,',.•, d>. Mom nV,i;ddeare the'new.ar-.' 
n N , I h. in .Mm'-. I ' m e SultS. . ' this .sea- 

j ..,11 wamarc Mi-iwing ah extre,mely 

I diversified liiif m ' 

j and effects. I'.ei ler . ■■! 

j sliow then\ to you. ''^ 

! l)lcasufe to do so. v, 

: i)urchasc ov not. 



' Special Pr ices oh M orris Ch airs 

Morris Chairs, in many pleasing styles, in l'.arly F.ngli-h and 
golden oakTitlFsh. We have'li very large variety of thi< chair. 
Prices, $32.50, %2':,.y-:,, $18,9010 ,. ■ • ■ • $5.75 

Special Lin es in Corsets 



D. & A., style 626, extra long skirt, 
medium bust, six good strong sup. 

- porters, made frortr- fine quality 
batiste. All sizes, 19 to 30. 
• Price $1.75 

Style 294, long skirt, medium low bu<t 
four supporters, made from good 
quality jean. All sizes 18 to 2^8. 
Price .... $1.50 

Style 483, made from light weight 
batiste, extra long skirt, low bust. 
An ideal summer garment. All 
sizes, 18 to 26. Price $1.25 



.'\lso iu thi 
all style- 



iepartmeni \. ni w ill find 
Ladies' r.r:i --i.rrm-, --i/es- 



)K'V ili'i/eii, 

Sl.OO 



32 to 44. at J^.c to . . .$1.50 

Ladies' Dress Protectors .... $3.00 
Ladies* Sanitary Belts,-.:; iAj . 15c 
-Ladie^~Sa4iitary Tow^Ts, 

2.=^C to :...;.... 

School Children's Waists 

. . :... . .^. .$1.50 

Children's Shouldei: Braces . . . 500 

Corset 'Clasps, Corset Steels. Clasp 

Protectors, Corset Shields, liust - 

l^orms, Dress Improvers, 

Corset Laces 



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Reversible Rugs at $3.90, ' Tapestry Sq uares Ojijale, 



$4.90 and $5.90 

A'^'ery small prices, indeed for such; 
Rugs. These are Union \\ ool 
Squares, ' in dtttefent designs and 
col6ring.s — 
Sizes 3 X 3. Tod^y ..... . .$3.90 

Sizes 3,x y/2, Today $4.90 

Sizes 3>4 x 4-. Today . . . . . .$5.90 



Today 



A fiiu' as-i.nnient 
Squares go (Ui -a! ■ 

.Sale -Prices. 

,,. range -if (Ir 1 
3 X ^^ \ariN. 



Ta]'.c.stry 
|.-.-a!a I .id- y at .\ugiist 

Tin-!, art m a wide 
'n ma -i/m-- ol— , 

I Mila. \ Jp <..oW 



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\ard- 
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. ..)58.75' 
.$11.80 



Advajice Styles in imported \ New Costumes^ Atlracting 
Miflinery Wilt Pte You !a Great Deal of Attention 



new styles 

in and let ns 

-a a del' it a 

ai care to 



The Hats thifs season are-deeided- 
ly smaxt^--:.lvhQSe which we have just 
opened up are principajlly of the small 
turban styte, with? drooping shape. 
There's an added charm this_year in 
the new.tlirts, which w.ill ^t firsU-ight 
make you fail in love with th«ni. A 
few new thodcls are roft^ct*e^ in our 
Covcrnmcnl Street window. 



T'he new h'a.ll .I'osfnmes will appeal 
at "uce t-> th.e woman who wants to ■ 
wear soineihing different, more dis- 
jpei_u-e. 'I'll is sra-.ui the Style,s,a.ro 
Icidedl v dtstihVi 1 \ e. IMie many rad- ■ 
^alchangcs thr'it have been made dur-. 
Sg. the past 'season will be noticed by 
fli discerning dressers. Aside Irom 
|his. the materials are of finer quaUtyr- 
'While many new, shades will also be 
foun<l. .A glance at them is really in- 
teresting. 



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